26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054
26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA 6054

26 Wilson Street Bassendean, WA

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Sold on 3 Sep 2015

The land along the Swan River was quickly divided as settlers arrived in the Swan River Colony. Guildford was established in 1829 and within three years all of its town lots had been sold. A government reserve to the west, across the river, was deemed suitable for a town site, and the town of West Guildford was established. After he purchased a nearby farm from the Stokes family, Colonial Secretary Peter Broun named the homestead Bassendean.
In 1922, West Guildford was renamed Bassendean.

10 years later this classic 1932 Californian Bungalow was built. With 4 generous sized bedrooms, large formal lounge, a very large family home with jarrah kitchen and added benefit of stone bench tops completes this icon.

French doors adorn this home that opens to allow the natural light to pervade the interior of the home.
Jarrah floor boards, leadlight windows of course, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning and storage a plenty.

With that in mind the added bonus of a Scandinavian style abode could be used for second income or stream of extended quarters for family. Own entrance and security, and very generous in size.
Separate that much history and pedigree and this magnificent family home fits right in.

* 2 lots


  • Property Type: House