Unique Opportunity in the Heart of Fremantle
Set back from the hustle and bustle but walking distance to absolutely everything you need, this charming home cannot be simply categorized, as it is unique in so many ways. Situated on the eclectic Little Howard Street, the opportunity to live, love and truly embrace the music and arts culture of Fremantle at this spectacularly freshly renovated property awaits for one lucky applicant!
Walk through the front door and be greeted by stunning wood floor boards drawing sleek lines between the freshly painted walls and four meter ceilings creating an immediate sense of warmth and ambiance. Three large bedrooms each with stunning high ceilings and jarrah windows provide plentiful accommodation for all with a central living area. Separate dining and a beautifully renovated kitchen with Miele appliances service a chef’s kitchen that even the most stately cook would enjoy!
This is a rare find, a home like no other, where life at home will feel like an escape from the pressures of the modern world. Step back in time in this amazing home of nearly 130 years of age rich with historic nostalgia yet renovated to the highest standard of cosmopolitan sophistication offering you a contemporary existence like no other. But do it post-haste as this one-of-a-kind property is sure to get snapped up quickly.
Minutes walk from:
– the train station.
– the famous Fremantle cafe strip.
– Fremantle hospital
– Notre Dame University
– Fremantle Markets
– And soooo much more!
Don’t miss out arrange your inspection today!
The vibrant city of Fremantle (known as Freo) blends the old with the new, creating an enriching cultural experience. It is located at the mouth of the Swan River on a series of limestone hills known by the local Noongar people as Booyeembara. The Noongar people refer to Freo as Walyalup – the place of crying – a place of ceremonies, significant cultural practices and trading. The Fremantle Harbour serves as the port of Perth and is just a 30-minute drive or train ride from Perth CBD. Maritime, convict and colonial history can be explored in one of the best preserved examples of a 19th century port streetscape, while buzzing markets, lively bars and casual street cafés give you a taste of 21st century life with the locals.Suburb Profile