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28 Dalry Road, Darlington WA 6070

Listed price: From $1,099,000 Sold: 16 Apr 2024
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Cars
  • Landsize 2,040m2

"Two Oaks", Part Of Darlington's History

If you are searching for a truly special property where you can raise your family in a home brimming with character and stories, a place where history whispers on the breeze, and the future is waiting to be written, you must visit "Two Oaks". This utterly delightful home sits prettily with its pale grey boards and tin roof amidst the sprawling greenery and towering timbers for which Darlington is well-known. Inside is a treasure trove of character-filled details: Tassie oak floors flow seamlessly throughout the home, echoing the rich tones of the Jarrah Dado in the formal lounge and perfectly complementing the elegant, white-painted timber French doors you can throw open to usher in the afternoon breeze.

Three good-sized bedrooms offer tranquil retreats while fourth and fifth bedrooms can come from the study or even the 36 square metre loft above the carport to suit the ages of children. These latter two rooms also provide a dedicated space for work, life admin, or creative pursuits. And while you're enjoying the kind of workmanship you just can't replicate these days with the original elements of the home, you'll still enjoy the comforts of modernised bathrooms full of natural light and unique features. All rooms enjoy cooling air conditioning and when the weather cools, you'll love the old pot-belly in the formal lounge and also the slow-combustion wood heater that warms the open-plan kitchen, meals, and family area to make everyone feel cosy and connected.
Features Include:

'Two Oaks' circa 1910 cottage
Jarrah weatherboard & iron cottage, studio & loft
3 large bedrooms, plus 4th and 5th options from study and large, air-conditioned loft
Air-conditioned study
2 modern bathrooms
Formal lounge with Jarrah Dado & cosy wood fire
Open-plan kitchen/meals/family
Tassie oak floors & French doors
Ducted evaporative air cooling
Cosy slow-combustion wood heater
4 split system air conditioners
Wide timber decked verandah
Air-conditioned studio/fitness room
Double carport with large, air-conditioned 36sqm loft/teen retreat
Lovely gardens with deck entertaining area
Tucked away down a long driveway
Shed & old chook pen
2,040sqm - just over ½ an acre

Beyond the main residence's walls, the backyard features an incredible oak tree and timber decking ready-made for alfresco gatherings, plus a charming studio ready for creative fitness pursuits. Tucked away down a long driveway, you have a sense of privacy here, yet you're actually conveniently close to one of the best communities around with all its amenities - great schools, fabulous cafes, the sporting ground and local sporting clubs, and the kids will be all over the Perth-famous skate park! For a family seeking a home with a lot of history and even more possibilities, "Two Oaks" awaits.

Over 114 years of stories. Ready to write the next chapter?

For more information on 28 Dalry Road Darlington, or for friendly advice on any of your real estate needs, please call Team Lindsay on 0414 996 706.

Property features

  • Air conditioned  
  • Carports 2
  • Toilets 2
  • Floor area 201m2
  • Patio  

Property snapshot by

This property at 28 Dalry Road, Darlington is a four bedroom, two bathroom house sold by Team Lindsay at Earnshaws Real Estate on 16 Apr 2024.

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Cost breakdown

  • Council rates: $2,750 / year
  • Water rates: $284 / year

Nearby schools

Darlington Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
Treetops Montessori School
  • Combined
  • Non-government
Helena College
  • Combined
  • Non-government

Darlington overview

The name "Darlington" is derived from adding the English suffix "ton", meaning "town" to the name of the range in the area - Darling Range which was first named "General Darling Range". The name was first used by Dr Alfred Waylen who established the "Darlington Vineyard" here in 1883-4.

Life in Darlington

Darlington remains one of the few locations in the Perth hills with an early 20th century village ambience. It is known for its vibrant community with seemingly as many committees and groups as it has residents. The suburb has a local general store however residents rely on the the facilities at Midland and Mundaring which are close by. There are also various primary and secondary schools in the area. 

Darlington quick stats

High end $1.3m
Median $1.1m
Low end $813k
33.2 %
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The median house price in Darlington is $1,050,000.

28 Dalry Road, Darlington sold on 16/4/2024, however the final sale price was not disclosed.