28 Catherine Street, Subiaco
Romantic Character in a Fantastic Location!
Most people choose to live in Subiaco because it’s a fantastically convenient location, and because of the historic homes that create its irreplaceably romantic character.
This charming 117 year old Paddington style terrace house, being one of the Federation Filigree style terrace homes known as Archbishop’s Row, and located just 300m from the Subiaco Train Station, generously fulfills both of those criteria.
This stunning home has been sympathetically extended and extensively renovated, to provide spacious and stylish accommodation of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a high quality kitchen overlooking an expansive open plan living/dining area, with concertina doors that fold back to provide a seamless connection with the rear courtyard.
For those who don’t like stairs, there is a bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor. The 2 large upstairs bedrooms have built-in robes, and are separated by a bathroom which has both a bath and shower. For those who imagine themselves enjoying a coffee with the morning paper, overlooking the streetscape, the master bedroom has French doors opening onto a balcony
Although you may choose not to have a car, with train and bus services so close by, and the cycle path just 100m away, one car can be parked beyond the rear courtyard, and a second within the courtyard, if necessary. Additionally, parking permits can be obtained from the City of Subiaco for residents and visitors.
Those (like me) who are shy about strata titled properties, will be pleased to know that although the rear lane is shared with the owners of the other terrace homes, each is on its own freehold, green titled block.
You may not get any other opportunities as good as this, so hurry along to our home open this Saturday, between 1:00pm and 2:00pm.