The SpaceEntry to the house is into the loungeroom, with high raked ceilings giving a spacious beach pad feel.
The available room is situated at the rear of the house and has a "shabby chic" single bed and chest of drawers.
The shared bathroom is newly modernised, with double shower rail, double vanity, and toilet. A further toilet is located off the laundry, and a 2nd outdoor "surfer shower" provides an alfresco wash area.
The kitchen/diner is basic yet functional, with gas hob, electric oven, and large fridge/freezer.
The laundry is basic, offering a large sink and ironing board. Please note there is no washing machine/dryer/dishwasher in this property.
An enclosed paved back yard offers a table and chairs, laundry line, and further comfy chairs. Guest AccessThe house and back yard are yours to enjoy and make yourself at home, as well as off-street parking. Interaction with GuestsI am the owner of the house and live there. I'm a professional male, 36, and will be at work during the week and most Saturdays.
I will happily help with anything you may need and can provide information on places to visit, eat, and drink. The NeighborhoodScarborough Beach is one of the most famous Australian Beaches and currently under a 70 million redevelopment plan to become WAs "Best Beach". It has a strong surfer culture, with regular surfing and kite surfing lessons on offer. Or you can relax and enjoy the sunshine, with plenty of coffee shops, eateries, bars, and a beach club at hand.
"Nr Beach Pad" is located in the quieter area of South Scarborough, only 1km from the beach, with parks nearby with BBQ facilities. A short walk brings you to the coffee shops, French deli, bakery, butchers, food market, and fish and chip shop of Brighton Road. The quirky Hardware Store is a great place to have lunch, as is nearby Prestons which I highly recommend.
Perth weather is eternally sunny and warm. The ocean breezes are famous and the pure white sand beaches are stunning, especially at sunset. Getting AroundA bus route is available at the end of the road, and will take you to Glendalough train station. From there it's a short train ride to Perth.
Another more frequent bus route operates along Scarborough Beach Road which is a 10 minute walk, with buses every 10 minutes to Innaloo shopping centre and Glendalough train station.
To make the most of your stay a car is recommended, making many nearby sightseeing destinations within easy access - Perth City and Kings Park (20 mins), Cottesloe Beach (10 mins), designer shopping at Claremont (10 mins), the amazing culture of Fremantle (20 mins), the West Coast scenic drive and Hilarys Boat Harbour (5 mins, 15 minutes respectively), plus the wonders of the South West and Margaret River.