A residence of grandeur, this beautifully presented family home positions you within one of the best locations Mount Lawley has to offer. With its stately presence and colonial feel, 44 Woodroyd is tucked away from the street and set over split levels. Originally built circa 1930, this residence has been extended and renovated, maximizing natural light and emphasizing the role of outdoor entertainment.
/ 946 sqm block
/ 4 beds plus home office/5th bedroom
/ Original house built circa 1930
/ Quiet cul-de-sac street
/ Garage for 2 cars with further space to park 5 cars approx. on the driveway
/ Two dedicated living areas
/ Formal dining room or third living area
/ Renovated kitchen with British Belling cooktop and oven and marble tops
/ Large cellar underneath the house
/ Expansive rear outdoor entertaining, including an elevated undercover deck, gazebo, second outdoor dining/lounge area, established traditional gardens, large grassed area and storage
/ Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
/ Perfect for families and walking distance to Mount Lawley Senior High School, Edith Cowan University and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Set on a large 946sqm block and with an abundance of accommodation and entertainment options, this family home provides 4 bedrooms plus a separate office; which could equally function as an infant’s bedroom. Your living space options are plentiful, with a combination of a large living room at the core of the house, an upstairs family room as well as multiple outdoor entertainment and breakout zones.
The original 1930’s Californian Bungalow was extended during the 1980’s and 1990’s, increasing the floor area and giving the home a colonial aesthetic towards the rear of the building. A wrap-around alfresco verandah with terracotta tiles and a ratan ceiling fan emphasizes its stately feel and is reminiscent of southeast asian colonial estates. Overlooking the swimming pool, cabana, established gardens and gazebo, you’ll have wonderful visibility from the verandah and its elevation makes for a stunning location to enjoy an afternoon beverage and take in the evening sunset skies.
Solid jarrah floorboards, french windows and doors are featured throughout the residence, as well as high ceilings, cornices, ceiling roses and classic pendant lighting.
Inside you will love the fully renovated kitchen, which is both classic and contemporary. A large island anchors the room and provides substantial preparation space, thoughtful storage and a nook for stools. Made in Britain, a Belling cooktop and oven takes pride of place whilst the marble benchtops and feature tiling provide a soft contrast to the dark cabinetry. With a casual meals area and a formal dining room, you’ll have various dining options inside the home. For wine collectors, a large cellar is situated underneath the house.
The main bedroom is both spacious and well appointed, with its french doors, a walk-in robe and a renovated ensuite with a separate bath and shower.
Upstairs you’ll find a light-filled family room and two secondary bedrooms, with a separate bathroom. As if perched amongst the trees, views from the family room will take you across the local tree tops and towards Hamer Park Reserve.
Set in this sought after pocket of Mount Lawley, this quiet cul-de-sac street is perfect for families and positions you within walking distance to Mount Lawley Senior High School, Edith Cowan University and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
We anticipate strong interest and encourage buyers to act promptly.