35 Edinboro Street, Mount Hawthorn WA, 6016

Under Offer

Under Offer

Dream Location - Space Galore

If you are looking to be in one of the most highly sought after areas in Mount Hawthorn - look no further - you may have found the one. 

With an elevated aspect overlooking a family-friendly park and with the promise of city views, this 852 sqm property is loaded with potential and possibilities. Build the ultimate family home with room to spare, two executive designer residences or renovate the original and preserve the past.  The original 1950's home has terrific sized rooms and retro appeal, as it sits elevated on the block with a perfect aspect over the leafy park.  With a well loved feel and a spacious layout your heart may be stolen.

The positioning of this property is first class as it is located within easy walking distance to the vibrant cafe and restaurant scene of Mount Hawthorn yet set in a quiet and relaxed neighbourhood location.  The block is ideal as you could take advantage of the North facing length to capture light in any new build you design.  Whilst the rear lane is advantageous for ease of access.

A second to none location, enjoy all that the lifestyle in Mount Hawthorn has to offer, whilst Leederville and Lake Monger are a short distance away and public transport is on your doorstep.  The enclosed Sadlier Park is directly across the road, whilst it is also in the catchment area of some of Perth finest schools.

Only once in a very rare while is there an opportunity to secure a property in this exceptional location.  Make your move towards creating a beautiful future now.


- Retro-style, four bedroom home

- Elevated aspect with potential for views

- 852 sqm block with 18.3m frontage

- Sealed rear access via Axford Lane

- Zoned R30 - possible duplex site (Subject to Council Approval)

- Much sought-after location

Water Rates $1310 approx/year

Council Rates $1590 approx/year


  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath

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Floor Plan


Listing Agent

Louise Simonette

Residential | Sales

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