This renovated home provides a spacious and contemporary holiday home for families, couples and groups of friends.
The lounge room features a comfortable lounge suite, 42 inch flat screen TV, DVD player and reverse cycle air conditioning. The second lounge room has a 3 seater leather couch and another 42 inch flat screen TV - ideal for the kids or to watch the news in peace & quiet.
Leisurely Manor is fully self contained with full kitchen and laundry facilities and three bedrooms all with queen sized beds. The master bedroom also has reverse cycle air conditioning.
Original polished floorboards, high ceilings, leadlight doors and windows, a renovated kitchen, bathroom and laundry, two toilets, off street parking for 2 cars, a lovely garden and more await you.
A gas heater, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners and a good quality portable fan provides 3 forms of heating/cooling inside the house.
There are 3 parks within several minutes walk of Leisurely Manor, with swings etc for the kids to enjoy.
Café 58 is a short 5 minute walk away and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is BYO so select your wine from the bottle shop directly across the road.
A shell service station is 1 minutes drive away where you can also purchase milk and bread etc.
If you are travelling by public transport, buses to Fremantle can be accessed from Marmion Street 1 minutes walk away. From there, take the train to explore the city of Perth.
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Fremantle is recognised as the best preserved 19th Century seaport in the world. Over 150 buildings in the port city are classified by the National Trust, These include: The Round House which was built in 1831 & is the oldest public building in W.A, The Esplanade Hotel which was built in 1890s and the Fremantle Prison which was built by convict labour in the 1850s.
Fremantle was establlished in 1829 as a port for the fledgling Swan River Colony and was the major city in Western Australia for much of its early history. Fremantle became a city in its own right by 1929, and survived the building demolitions of the 1890s and the 1960s. The city emerged in 1987 when it was the host city for the Americas Cup sailing challenge, as a city rich in heritage and character.
“Freo” as it is also know to the locals, is home to a 500-strong fishing fleet and a vast number of yachts and pleasure craft. Two significant historical replica ships were built here: The HMS Endeavour and the Duyfken which was the first Dutch vessel to chart the Australian coastline in 1666.
The port city of Fremantle is located at the mouth of the Swan River on the West Coast of Western Australia and is part of the Perth metropolitan area. Perth city is only 20 kms away which is a 25 minute cab ride or 30 minute trip by train.
Fremantle is much more than an architectural time capsule. It provides a unique opportunity for visitors to experience and enjoy a range of cultural activities in a relaxed atmosphere. A browse through the markets or leisurely stop at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants will complement your exploration of the arts, making a visit to Fremantle a rich and rewarding experience.
Lonely Planet named Fremantle the #7 top city to visit world wide (Best in Travel 2016). Lonely Planet likes Fremantle's raffish harbour town vibe that attracts free spirits from far and wide, our live music venues, Notre Dame university and our reinvention into a bustling, artsy, counter-cultural capital.
Free Wifi Hotspots
Visitors can enjoy free Wifi at the Esplanade Reserve, the Fremantle library, Fremantle arts centre, Fremantle passenger terminal, Fremantle fishing boat harbour, Kings square, High Street Mall and the Cappuccino Strip.
You can check out the City's free WiFi coverage by downloading the Fremantle Map on the City of Fremantle's website or search for FREBytes