About this listing
Quiet leafy street in the historical area of Mt Lawley, villa in set of 3 (triplex), surrounded by beautiful family homes.
Very spacious, large bedrooms, roomy living areas. Close to public transport, walk to Beaufort street cafe strip.
Original Art Deco features, High ceilings, jarrah polished floor boards, round windowed sun room off the second bedroom. Recently renovated bathroom and kitchen. Own washing machine in outdoor laundry. Front verandah, small enclosed back yard.
Full access to all the property.
Free Off street parking on front verge.
Interaction with guests
Owners can be contacted by phone for any assistance. Brochures available for any local needs. Property manager in Mt Lawley if required.
Other things to note
The Villa is number 3 and actually faces Rookwood street. The auto light on the porch will turn on as you approach the gate and pathway. There is a sign to indicate Unit 3.
Free parking on the grass verge is very safe as can be seen by the rest of the neighborhood.
This is a very quiet family area and we expect guests to respect and appreciate this neighborhood. No Smoking.
I stay at this property regularly so appreciate if you could leave the property in the same condition you found it.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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I am a married mother of 3 girls who is currently going through health treatment at a Perth hospital a few times a month. I use the villa in Mt Lawley as my abode when having treatment and return to my family in Pinjarra the rest of the time. I like the villa as it is in a quiet location and a short walk to the bus which gets me straight to the hospital in the city. My children often stay with me on a weekend if we are attending shows in the city. We all love walking to, and experiencing, the huge variety of restaurants on Beaufort street. We can often spend hours in Planet Books, languages, travel, health and of course kids books are all favorites.
It is like having the best of both worlds with our family home in the country and our city pad in Mt Lawley.
My husband works as a full time fireman when he is not busy looking after us girls!
He is also a very skilled carpenter and has renovated the lovely Church in Kalgoorlie into a stunning property.
The Church was our first home together and we have not been able to part with it yet. We both have family in Kalgoorlie so we travel there a few times a year.