Joondalup Weekender - - Residential - Lucy Rutherford

THIS “up­side down” home was de­signed to take ad­van­tage of panoramic views over a park and to­wards pic­turesque Lake Joon­dalup.

The own­ers built the home on the 530sq m block with Great Liv­ing Homes in 2012.

“We built the home to utilise the views and we love the bal­cony, ex­cel­lent for en­ter­tain­ing and re­lax­ing and es­pe­cially en­joy­ing a sun­downer with the lights and sil­hou­ettes of Joon­dalup be­yond the lake or when there are fire­works at the show­grounds,” they said.

The home clev­erly po­si­tions the main liv­ing area on the sec­ond storey with stylish marri tim­ber floor­boards, re­cessed ceil­ing, built-in ceil­ing speak­ers, gas heat­ing and slid­ing door open­ing to the bal­cony.

Over­look­ing this area is the stun­ning mod­ern kitchen fea­tur­ing sparkling white stone bench­tops, break­fast bar, red glass splash­backs, Fisher and Paykel dou­ble-drawer dish­washer and a walk-in pantry.

Also up­stairs is a study, which could be a nurs­ery or fourth bed­room, and the mas­ter suite with its own bal­cony ac­cess, his-and-hers built-in robes and en­suite with cor­ner spa and dual ac­cess pow­der room.

Down­stairs, two bed­rooms come with built-in robes and share the bath­room and ex­tra liv­ing room, great for a teenager’s re­treat.

“The home is close to a num­ber of schools and shop­ping cen­tres and across the road is a lovely park with lots of bird life, plus two other parks close by suit­able for chil­dren,” the own­ers said.

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