The apartment is a clean, light, well appointed space next to a park in a quiet, friendly neighbourhood. It is close to bus and train services to Perth and Fremantle, the prestigious Claremont shopping precinct, pristine beaches, sports centres....
Our home is located next to a leafy park and features a permaculture garden.
Your accommodation is at the back of the house with separate access via a gate off the park-side driveway. Some steps lead to a paved patio area with two more steps to reach the sliding glass door to the apartment.
The apartment comprises a bedroom with a queen size bed, bedside tables with lamps and a dressing table.
A walk-in robe with a luggage bench, mirror, ironing board and iron adjoins the bedroom as does an en suite bathroom with bath, shower and handbasin. There is a separate toilet with bidet seat off the bathroom.
The living space includes cooking facilities with basic equipment, a cooking range, small refrigerator with freezer, microwave oven, electric kettle, toaster and stick mixer with various attachments.
There is an extendable dining table with two chairs, a two seater and single seat lounge suite, coffee table and television as well as a bookcase with a selection of reading materials and a couple of boardgames.
A table with two chairs outdoors is there to enable you to enjoy the air and garden view.
There is carport parking subject to availability as well as street parking.
A laundry is available upon request for an additional fee.
We or other family members will be here to welcome you and help make your stay enjoyable.
A copy of Photo ID / Passport may be requested at key hand over.
Please do not smoke inside. There is a comfortable, sheltered outside area to smoke.
I have enjoyed the benefits of living in Claremont with my husband, Jim since 1974. Our daughter, Liz and her husband, Tim also live at the property with their baby son, Will.
We are now retired and love being grandparents, working on projects, listening to music, reading, walking, taking the occasional trip, a bit of cycling, and going to our bush place.
Having used Airbnb when in Indonesia we enjoyed the benefits of local knowledge and being in a community so much we decided to use a flat at the back of our house for Airbnb accommodation so that we, too, can provide hospitality for travellers.