Joondalup Weekender - - Residential -

IF space is at the top of your must-have list, there is no go­ing past this 1.26ha land­hold­ing with lush lawns, es­tab­lished trees and a mas­sive lodge for the whole fam­ily.

Zoned Spe­cial Ru­ral, the prop­erty is a short 8.8km to Joondalup and 13 min­utes to Lake­side Joondalup Shop­ping City.

But de­spite its metropoli­tan po­si­tion, there is loads of room for the horses and all those big boys’ toys.

Bet­ter yet, there is not one but two sep­a­rate houses on the site.

Built in 1980 along a truly peace­ful culde-sac, the orig­i­nal three bed­room, one bath­room brick home is now va­cant and a true blank can­vas for the new own­ers.

The cur­rent fam­ily home is the 1990built lodge with more than 500sq m of liv­ing space, ex­ten­sive out­door en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas and a garage.

Uniquely, the floor plan con­sists of two sep­a­rate, com­pletely self-con­tained wings un­der the one roof, which means multi-gen­er­a­tional fam­i­lies can re­side to­gether with­out hav­ing to live on top of one an­other.

In one wing there are two bed­rooms, one bath­room, an ac­tiv­ity room, a fam­ily/kitchen/din­ing room, study or third bed­room, laun­dry and for­mal lounge.

In the sec­ond is a bed­room with walkin robe and en­suite and a lounge/ kitchen/meals area, ideal as a granny flat.

Sep­a­rat­ing the two sides is an enor­mous 12m x 12m hall, dubbed the Great Room, which is ideal for so­cial gath­er­ings or for the fam­ily to come to­gether.

Also on the prop­erty are a huge stor­age shed ideal for a car­a­van, a work­shop un­der the main roof, a ve­hi­cle re­pair pit, a 90,000l wa­ter tank to the new house, a 60,000l wa­ter tank to the older res­i­dence, and bore retic­u­la­tion.

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