29 Lawler Street, Subiaco

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Leafy Modern Sanctuary on Lawler Street in Subiaco

29 Lawler Street, Subiaco, WA 6008

For Sale 4 Beds 2 Baths 607 SQM
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Nestled amongst leafy surrounds, this stylish modern sanctuary brings architectural luxury to the highly sought-after east end of Lawler Street.

Perched up in a high position, the three-level home enjoys glorious garden vistas and treetop views across Subiaco, Crawley and Nedlands that are a sight to behold.

Featuring a gorgeous front extension designed by former WA Government architect Geoff Warn, soaring ceilings, original Oregon beams and original leadlight windows create an elegant atmosphere worthy of any contemporary masterpiece.

The cleverly designed layout is filled with light-abundant living areas that marry charming outdoor spaces and the black slate floors and white rendered walls exude modern personality.

The ground floor combines two living areas, a dining room and a kitchen with a walk-in pantry into one seamless space that sits next to a European style laundry and Cherubino wine cellar.

Head up to the first level where a large master bedroom with high south-facing windows and ensuite bathroom with private treetop outlook commands the floor.

A spacious second bedroom with built-in robes features impressive views south to Crawley and a third bedroom or office boasts double French doors opening onto a north-facing balcony.

Outside, this inner-city oasis turns into a true resort-style retreat where a solar-heated pool and patio area combines with lush gardens both front and rear.

All this rests in the ideal sweet spot of Subiaco where a casual stroll will get residents to Daglish Train Station, the Rokeby Road shopping and cafe precinct, Subiaco Primary School and Subiaco Saturday Markets.

Subiaco Suburb Snapshot
  • – $1,400,000 Median House Price
  • – 21.74% Annual Growth
  • – 15,144 Population
  • – 39 Average Age

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