Enjoy a short short stay in this pet friendly designated holiday home in the Mt Lawley River Precinct close to St John of Gods Hospital and the new Optus Stadium (15 minute walk).
A short walk to Beaufort Street cafe strip and many cafe and small bar options including the Queens hotel and Mary St Bakery.
Maylands 8th Avenue offers Milked Cafe as well as some other funky cafes and small Bars such Henry on 7th. There is also a section of Indian and Thai restaurants. East Perth Cove features the Royal located on the canal a short distance from Optus Stadium and the new Matarup Pedestrian Bridge. Toast is a very popular cafe and an easy cycle and of course the new Camfield Bar which claim to be the largest in Australia.
This unique character filled cottage with charm is close to the Perth CBD (5 kls) with bus and train access, and pet exercise areas such as Banks Reserve and Bardon Park.
From the custom built leadlight front door to the high ceilings and beautifully maintained functional fireplace. Here is a holiday home that is warm, inviting and has personality and character. All linen included.
Positioned just a short stroll along the waterway to the East Perth Cove, Beaufort St.
Mt Lawley, and 8th Avenue, Maylands allows guests easy access to a multitude of cafes, restaurants, parklands and picnic areas.
A 15 minute cycle or 30 minute walk to Perth CBD.
Weekly rate from $1050 for 2 adults, non peak season Additional costs for additional guests. Nightly rate of $180 (for 2 adults) applies to shorter stays.
- Spa bath- Dishwasher
- Large separate laundry (washer & dryer) and storeroom
-TV / DVD
- Solid Jarrah flooring
- Beautifully maintained functioning fireplace
- Custom made art deco, leadlight front door
- High ceilings and ceiling fans
- 2 large outdoor courtyards, paved and with low maintenance gardens
- Single carport
- Conveniently positioned within walking distance to numerous coffee strips, Swan River walkways and public transport
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
Only a 5 minute walk to the Swan River / Banks Reserve precinct and Bardon Park with exercise area for pets and their masters. The multi use pathway allows walkers runners or cyclist to enjoy the river views while traveling to one of many cafes / restaurants in the area.
Also close to Beaufort St by foot or bike, to enjoy any of the delightful cafes, pubs or restaurants.