ICONIC ART DECO COOL HISTORIC FLOREAT TROLLEY BUS/TRAM STATION AND DRIVERS/CONDUCTORS
ICONIC ART DECO COOL
HISTORIC FLOREAT TROLLEY BUS/TRAM STATION
AND DRIVERS/CONDUCTORS QUARTERS
Get yourself an iconic piece of Floreat history!
An amazing and cool entry point Floreat home or an architecturally edgy downsizer for all of you boomers out there who want to take on the next phase of life in style!
History buffs tell me this was the Lissadel St Station and Terminus for the Floreat line on Perth’s (Australia’s first ever) trolley bus service.
Emblazoned with a big bold “Floreat” sign on it’s prominent Art Deco curved facade facing Cambridge St, this classic piece of architecture was apparently built as the three semi-detached living quarters for the trolley bus drivers.
Circa 1939 this one was the central and biggest of the three Art Deco residences and is the proud owner of the big FLOREAT sign above its front porch.
Features all of the classic deco features; high ornate ceilings, jarrah boards, feature fireplace, hardwood eat -in kitchen, three beds, 1 bath, lock up garage, under cover alfresco and a big back yard! All this an equidistant walk to both The Forum and The Birkdale restaurant and cafe strip!
Perhaps the most affordable and the coolest home you will ever find in “The Park”!Contact Agent
The name Floreat is latin for flourish and is therefor well suited to this green leafy suburb known for its large blocks with expansive lawned verges, abundant parks, recreational facilities and wide open public spaces.Suburb Profile