1920's character home with wooden floors, high ceilings, open wood fire place and a modern fully equipped kitchen. 100 metres to walk to beach, parks, cafes, pub, restaurants and shops.
The listing states 3 bedrooms because the TV room has a futon lounge and a room divider turning it into a double bedroom providing privacy with heavy curtains.
The whole house is fully equipped with everything needed for a home away from home.
I'm only 5 mins drive away to help if needed.
Please note that this is not a party house. We are in a residential area and respect our neighbours comfort. Noise must be kept to a minimum and no noise after 10pm.
This neighbourhood is known for its eclectic nature. The beaches across the road have a pontoon, special areas for dogs and others for people only. It is close to the entertainment and arts district of Fremantle with the Cappuccino Strip 2kms up the same road connected by the free Fremantle Cat bus service.
Check out Little Creatures Brewery at Fishing Boat Harbour, the Fremantle Arts Centre for free Sunday afternoon bands, Fremantle Markets, Rottnest Island, Fremantle Prison with the underwater canal tours, countless museums, cinemas, fabulous restaurants, wine bars, shopping and of course countless heritage listed pubs. Fremantle is popular with both the young and the mature adult. It has something for everyone.
The free Fremantle CAT Bus service connects you to everything in Fremantle from a few metres from the front door. The CAT also takes you to the Fremantle train station which connects to the City of Perth.
Parking is available at the house.
The train between Perth and Fremantle runs every 10 minutes or so throughout the day. There are countless buses between Perth city and Fremantle; they include buses phone number hidden and 107. Some buses travel via the Canning Hwy; others go via Mounts Bay Rd and Stirling Hwy.
There is a plethora of one-way streets and parking meters in Freo. It’s easy enough to travel by foot or on the free CAT bus service, which takes in all the major sights on a continuous route every 10 minutes from 7.30am to 6pm on weekdays and 10am to 6pm on the weekend.