CHARACTER AND BREATHTAKING COASTAL VIEWS
110 Hare Street
Middleton Beach, WA 6330
Home Open: Saturday 2:00pm to 2:30pm
Phone: 9841 4022
Mobile: 0409 684 653
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Absolute world-class views and original character features create a timeless appeal for this extensive 1950s home.
Located high on Mt Clarence towards the coastal end of prestigious Hare Street, the two-storey home occupies an R25 zoned, fully serviced 1,012sqm block and takes in a sensational, uninterrupted vista of Middleton Bay, the islands and King George Sound, around to Lake Seppings and out to Gull Rock.
You can see the surf breaking on the shore, whales in the bay and ships moving in and out of the harbour from the lounge on the upper level, where a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows makes the most of this incredible outlook.
It’s a view shared by rooms on both floors as well as a long, gable-roofed balcony reached via glazed doors from both the main living area and the master bedroom.
Built of brick and fibro with a tile roof, the home is in pretty good shape for its age, but there is scope to value add by modernizing key areas.
Its character is typified by the timber and leadlight front door, timber window frames and high ceilings with ornate cornices, and there’s an open fire in the living room.
As well as access to the deck, the master bedroom has an en suite shower room with vanity and toilet and a built-in robe.
Also on the upper floor are four more bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and two with built-in robes, as well as a third bathroom featuring a corner spa bath.
Downstairs is a spacious, air-conditioned family room, dining area and kitchen with a dishwasher and walk-in pantry.
The home is screened from the street by attractive, established gardens. The front has paved walkways among the shrubs and a fish pond, while the delightful back garden has two areas of lawn, fruit trees and plenty of scope for growing veggies and herbs.
A driveway runs down the side of the block, past the house to a single garage and there’s off-road parking space for more vehicles. The rear access for vehicles could help facilitate subdivision of the land while keeping the existing dwelling, which makes this prospect even more exciting.
Opposite bush reserve, the property is a few minutes’ walk to iconic Middleton Beach and parks, cafés, restaurants, bars and scenic coastal tracks. The CBD is a short drive away and good schools are within walking or cycling distance.
Middleton Beach properties with views such as this are usually tightly held. Explore the prospects of this rare opportunity by contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or email@example.com
What you need to know:
– 1950s two-storey home with side access to the rear
– Fully serviced 1,012sqm block zoned R25 (subdivision potential)
– Sensational views to beach, ocean, islands, lake and national park
– Original leadlight front door, timber window frames, high ceilings
– Upper living room and gable-roofed balcony
– Five bedrooms, three with robes
– Three bathrooms – two are en suites
– Air-conditioned family room
– Dining area
– Kitchen with dishwasher and walk-in pantry
– Attractive gardens, lawns at rear
– Single garage
– Walk to beach, parks, cafés, bars, scenic coastal tracks
– Few minutes’ drive to town, schools
– Opposite bush reserve
– Council rates $2,866.74 per annum
– Water rates $1,488.74 per annum
Property Type: Residential Homes
Land Size: 1012.00 m²