“You’re living right in the centre of the western suburbs property management, yet you feel like you’re on a farm,” says selling agent Deborah Brady.
“You really feel like you’re a thousand miles away from the hubbub of the city.”
The four-bedroom home at 23 Saunders Street, Swanbourne – dubbed Sunnymead – is akin to country living in the heart of Perth’s western suburbs.
Brady, a director at Ray White’s new Cottesloe-Mosman Park office, says one of the delights of the property is its terraced gardens, stunning roses and miniature orchard, which includes mulberry, mandarin, grapefruit, macadamia, fig, lemon, lime, apple, mango and orange trees.
“They have a chook pen…they’ve got a fabulous vegetable garden and they have a bore so the gardens are all reticulated from the bore. Then you have a range of different fruit trees.”