Traditional Vs Contemporary

wKPO2i6dRhHewmIiJvTPNv22a1xRPjmvB1CaWMAIfGAIf you asked the team at OUTinPerth to explain the perfect house, it would probably be a quaint house from the 1900’s, renovated beautifully, nestled a stone’s throw from Beaufort St, with uninterrupted city views.

We have to admit we audibly gasped upon viewing this house. High ceilings and beautiful wooden floors feature in a house that accommodates a modern kitchen fittings and neutral colours.

What to Love:

City Views

The views from the house showcase Birdwood Park with a backdrop of the uninterrupted city skyline. Simply breathtaking.

Old vs. New

More and more property owners in this area are holding on to the traditional shell of their home whilst installing modern bathrooms, kitchens and furnishings. When executed correctly these homes are becoming some of the most beautiful in Perth.


edited1Not only can you watch the Australia Day Sky Show from your house, you’re also walking distance from the NIB stadium, as well as the ever-popular coffee strip on Beaufort Street. Northbridge is also walking distance, and is becoming more of an inviting cultural hub by the minute.

On the Downside:

We really struggled to find a flaw throughout this house, the only thing that would have made it absolutely perfect – two bathrooms instead of one.


2 Bed 1 Bath 1 Car


Contact Jen Jones from Beaufort Realty for more details.

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