Character and country charm
The property is in a popular location conveniently situated midway between Denmark and Albany. The soil here is fantastic for growing vegies and with an abundance of water from the big rainwater tank and dam, you’ll be on the road to self-sufficiency in no time.
A private driveway edged by olive trees leads you to the main residence. Standing proud is this majestic and enchanting home, with handmade mud-bricks and customised timbers inside.
Step inside and be amazed by the warmth of timber and exposed brick features.
The craftsmanship is astounding and a real talking point. The dining room and sunken lounge are finished with bamboo timber floors.
There are marri timber steps that lead you down into the lounge space.
The majority of shelving has been fitted using marri timber therefore, this is an extravagant indulgence that comes with the sale of the property.
Several timber-framed French doors are positioned around the residence and offer convenient access to the veranda no matter where you are inside the home.
Positioned adjacent to the lounge area is the wide open-plan family bathroom.
The freestanding bath is surrounded wall to ceiling with glass overlooking a haven of ferns in the private courtyard.
The bathroom space is larger than your average, with separate shower with views and plenty of room for an antique dresser and more.
From here you enter the oversized laundry with a stunning feature — a built-in red stained-glass circle window.
With floor-to-ceiling shelving, this laundry space no longer needs to be a place to be ignored.
There is outdoor access to the courtyard and veranda as well as wrought-iron fixtures that add to the decadence.
With mosaic tiles, the gallery-style kitchen features timber cabinetry, exposed brick walls, cathedral ceiling and wood stove that when running in winter keeps a warm ambiance throughout the home.
The pantry is also unlike your average, with exposed brick and an array of glass above that lets natural light flood the kitchen.
Continue on through the kitchen and enter the ultimate teenagers’ retreat with a twist.
A vintage bus has been built around the space with walk-through access from one room.
Enter the bus and down the other side into yet another room with its own bay window that could be easily transformed into a bedroom.
Climb the jarrah staircase and be awestruck by the exposed cathedral ceilings above.
Here you’ll find a seating area that acts as a mezzanine overlooking the kitchen.