If this beautiful home’s elevation were a canvas, it might be described as ‘mixed media’, blending a modern skillion roof with rendered and red brick, cedar accents and a stacked stone feature column. Together with beautifully kept gardens and the modern, double-door entry, this five-bedroom, three-bathroom home has striking street appeal.
Inside, the home has a simple, yet thoughtful floorplan, with a guest bedroom downstairs with ensuite/guest powder room and the remaining four bedrooms upstairs. Multiple living areas cater for families of all ages and stages, with an incredible central kitchen to bring everyone together.
The enormous 5 metre CaesarStone island bench has waterfall ends and can seat four people comfortably as a breakfast bar. Stylish Smeg stainless steel appliances include an integrated microwave oven, five-burner gas cook top and double oven/grill, and you will love the spacious walk-in pantry, double sink and dishwasher.
The formal lounge at the front of the home overlooks the picturesque streetscape and outside paved sitting area and includes a lovely natural gas fireplace, clad in gorgeous stacked feature stone.
Wall-to-wall bi-fold stacking doors connect the dining area with a stunning cedar-lined alfresco, complete with a built-in BBQ and sink, Adjacent, and also with access to the alfresco, is a fantastic games room/home theatre featuring a built-in bar with dual fridges (for red and white wine), cabinets and roller blinds – perfect for a large pool table and/or sporting/music memorabilia!
Upstairs, from the top of the American Oak staircase, you will appreciate the spectacular triple teardrop pendant lighting suspended over the entry. Bedrooms three and four are queen-sized, with triple built-in robes and roller blinds, with bedroom five overlooking the well-kept street below.
An additional living area/activity room could serve a multitude of purposes, and includes a built-in corner desk and built-in cabinets and shelving – already set up for you as the perfect home office.
The palatial master bedroom suite is king-sized, encompassing a walk-in robe and glamour ensuite with white floor-to-ceiling tiling, a huge corner spa bath, frameless shower, double stone-topped vanity and separate WC. A convenient kitchenette with fridge and microwave recesses, and a double sink, services the rooms on this level.
The rear yard boasts lovely low-maintenance gardens, with limestone walls, vibrant bougainvillea, a decades-old olive tree and an inviting solar-heated saltwater pool with water feature and glass balustrading.
Everything you crave in this exclusive Floreat enclave in on your doorstep – minutes from City Beach, Bold Park Aquatic Centre, Wembley Golf Course, Perry Lakes, Floreat Forum and in proximity to several desirable local schools.
andbull; Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and multiple indoor and outdoor living areas across two impressive levels
andbull; 419sqm ‘under roof’ space, on a generous 782sqm site
andbull; Solar passive design, with a Northern orientation
andbull; 2 x Mitsubishi ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning units with separate zoning
andbull; American Oak staircase with glass balustrading
andbull; Natural gas hot water system
andbull; Large laundry with 3 metre bench, cabinets and an additional folding bench, extendable drying rack and a double walk-in linen closet
andbull; Bespoke kitchen with 5 metre CaesarStone island bench and Smeg appliances
andbull; Luxury bathrooms with full-height tiling and stone benchtops
andbull; Impressive cedar-lined alfresco area overlooking attractive gardens and a stunning resort-style pool with cascading water feature
andbull; Ceramic tiling, carpets and downlights throughout
andbull; Double garage with remote sectional door and extensive built-in shelving
andbull; Three linen/storage cupboards plus additional storage under the staircase
andbull; Garden beds on automatic bore reticulation and front lawn on mains reticulation
andbull; Fold-down clothes line
andbull; Gas bayonet to theatre/activity room
andbull; Security alarm system
andbull; Soft-closing WCs