Built in 1932 this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom classic brick and tile bungalow home at 44 Camberwell Street speaks of simpler times. Where craftsmanship was valued and admired.
The current owners have spent considerable time and money ensuring that this beautiful home on a 455m2 green titled corner block has been improved and preserved for the future.
The home has been modernised, boasting a contemporary open plan living room. This flows easily off the kitchen, including a generous dining space, plus a large second living room accessed through original leadlight doors.
The kitchen overlooks an expanse of decking at the rear of the home. Perfect for post-Covid celebrations with friends! The attractive alfresco space is undercover and is insulated for comfortable summertime use.
The practical kitchen offers plenty of storage (large walk in pantry) and the exposed 1930’s clear sealed brickwork makes for a timeless feature splashback.
A compact apartment style laundry does not waste any space in this home and conveniently hides away when not required.
You’ll love your master bedroom. Generously proportioned, with its own ensuite and walk in robe. A big window looks out at the private rear courtyard.
There are two more well sized bedrooms. One featuring a walk in robe and the other has newly installed wardrobes that will stay with the home.
The renovated main bathroom has a freestanding tub, ready for you to enjoy long luxuriating soaks! With a separate shower and attention to detail this room is all about your relaxation.
The home boasts so much detail; cut glass windows and doors, original art deco ceilings and polished jarrah boards. Then there are the tasteful modern touches; oversized slate grey floor tiles, perimeter CCTV, reverse cycle air conditioning, LED downlights and much more.
Fully fenced, the low maintenance yard space is generous and completely landscaped. With reticulation installed to the front lawn and ‘no maintenance’ artificial turf at the rear.
Big double gates provide plenty of secure off-street parking and there is the ability to park a further two cars on the cross over if required.
Close to schools (the popular Ursula Frayne Primary is across the road), Fraser and Higgins Park, the prized Albany Highway cafe and restaurant strip and nearby buses straight to the city from Berwick Street.
Are you looking for a home that has stood the test of time? You’ll love 44 Camberwell.
Council Rates: $1,593.25 (2019/20)
Water Rates: $961.87 (2018/19)
Contact Baston & Co. Property
- Lee and Derek Baston
- 0417 99 23 24
- 3 bed
- 2 bath
- Land size 455 m²
- Built-In Wardrobes
- Close to Schools
- Close to Shops
- Close to Transport