Silbert House – Off-Market Opportunity
A rare offering of a Raymond Jones designed home in the heart of Nedlands.
Architecturally designed in the late 1950’s, the owners have preserved all of the charm and many of the original features that makes this home a unique find.
From the moment you walk through the large wooden front doors, you can see why Raymond Jones was so respected within the architectural industry. The feeling of space, filled with natural light, flows from room to room. Subtle changes in elevation divides the spaces in to practical zones that would suit the modern-day family.
The spacious lounge, with wooden floors and wood-clad ceilings, greets you as you enter and is a statement for what lies ahead. This vast room is divided in to two by the gas fireplace offering an area of privacy, if needed, and the floor to ceiling windows allows the room to be flooded with morning sunlight.
Walk down a couple of steps and you enter the refurbished kitchen with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances. Once again, large windows dominate the room making it light and bright with views out to the garden. The walk-in pantry and laundry room lie adjacent, and are conveniently positioned so that everything is at hand. Walk down a further couple of steps and you’ll find the dining room.
The huge master bedroom has ample storage and a walk-in robe. The refurbished ensuite is well appointed with double shower, basin etc. The three further bedrooms are all a good size and have built-in robes.
Outside you’ll find a large, covered, entertaining area adjacent to the pristine swimming pool. The gardens encircle the house with raised flower beds, shrubs and mature trees. A delightful mixture of good fun and nature.
This is a wonderful home. Set on a 921m2 corner block in the heart of Nedlands, this property is close to numerous schools, including UWA, and public transport. The design is both stimulating and practical – the only Raymond Jones designed house in Nedlands.Contact Agent
In 1959 one hundred and thirty years after the first British settlement around the Swan River, Nedlands achieved City status. Name changed from Nedlands Road Board to the City of Nedlands while under the guidance of Mayor John Charles Smith Esq., JP Mayor. Nedlands is situated just 7 Km from the bustling Perth centre. Annual events form part of the community’s lifestyle, ranging from fun summer concerts in the local parks to art exhibitions on the river front. The residents of Nedlands are also provided with a large array of sporting and recreational facilities, great libraries along with some of Western Australia’s best schools. With all these wonderful attractions at your fingertips it is hard to look past if you are considering a suburb to reside.Suburb Profile