38 Adair Parade, Coolbinia

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Open Sat 20/1: 11-11.40am

This 2 storey, late 1930’s Art Deco residence represents a unique opportunity. Built on a corner block of 913 m2, the majority of which runs along Ardross Cres, there is huge scope and flexibility to renovate and extend this character home or create your own new vision.

Step onto the large porch and into the large entry hall and you can begin to imagine a bygone era of glamour and sophistication. There is a grand living room with feature circular windows that opens into a formal dining that includes a butler’s window into the kitchen.

It’s clear that this home was originally designed for a family that loved to entertain and come together. Downstairs, there is a master bedroom and two other minor rooms and upstairs there is a huge bedroom suite with its own patio deck and another minor bedroom. The main room even has an original built-in cabinet and robe with its original Astor Mickey transistor radio. You could be forgiven for thinking that you are entering a world inhabited by the Great Gatsby!

The huge yard has the original laundry house which could be converted to a studio or office, or maybe a cabana for the new pool? There are so many options to transform this much loved home into something truly special.


• Huge 913 m2 corner block zoned R10 (single residential)
• Original character Art Deco building with unique curved window façade
• 3 to 4 bedrooms with formal living areas, and central bathroom downstairs
• Original fireplace in formal living room
• House sits on a north-east to south-west aspect, allowing northern sunshine to fill the huge rear yard

Located on the Menora border and close to multiple local parks and reserves, the home is also close to Edith Cowan University and sits within the Mt Lawley Senior High School catchment area. It’s also a short trip to the café and shopping precincts of North Perth, Mt Lawley and Mt Hawthorn.

Shire rates: $1720 pa
Water rates: $1258 pa

Call Pam Herron or Jon Adams to arrange an inspection.