Mil­lion-dol­lar views

Three lev­els of lux­ury in Bay­o­net Head

Narrogin Observer - - Living -

The first street glimpse of this home is im­pres­sive with its beau­ti­ful blue and white theme mir­ror­ing the ex­pan­sive stretch of water be­hind it.

Look at it from the side though, and you’re blown away by the clever ar­chi­tec­ture over three lev­els — tak­ing full ad­van­tage of the bril­liant po­si­tion and ex­pan­sive views over Green Is­land, Emu Point and King Ge­orge Sound.

The cus­tom-de­signed con­tem­po­rary home was built in 2007 on a prime block of 1073sqm right on the re­serve bound­ary. This al­lows world-class, guar­an­teed water views of 180 de­grees-plus in an ever-chang­ing hue of colours depend­ing on day and night. Watch the boats and ships come and go, en­joy pro­lific birdlife and al­low peace and quiet to en­fold you in this cul-de-sac.

The home is sub­stan­tial — 553sqm un­der roof that in­cludes a deluxe two bed­room up­stairs apart­ment (com­plete with a lift), a four-bed­room, two-bath­room home on street level and a work­shop at the lower level.

On street level is a dou­ble garage with en­try into the house and a gravel area for ex­tra park­ing.

On en­ter­ing eyes are drawn to­wards the clear space, art on the walls pop­ping with colour and light wooden floors.

To the left is the guest suite. Two queen-size bed­rooms with built-in robes and the guest bath­room. Bed­room two has water views.

Just off the en­try is a door­way to the apart­ment stairs and the lift, plus a sep­a­rate en­trance from the side for guests too. The deluxe two-bed­room apart­ment has its own open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with mag­nif­i­cent views. There’s also a bath­room, laun­dry and loads of stor­age space. The main bed­room faces the back and en­joys ex­quis­ite views. Then there’s the pri­vate en­ter­tain­ment bal­cony, it’s truly gor­geous and an ideal place to un­wind, day or night.

This apart­ment caters for AirBnB, called Outlook Lux­ury Ac­com­mo­da­tion, and is ex­tremely pop­u­lar. The hard work has been done and busi­ness is boom­ing.

Fur­ther down the pas­sage to your left, is bed­room three or a large of­fice/the­atre room — depend­ing on your needs, with stun­ning water views.

Con­tinue to the mas­sive open plan kitchen/dining area look­ing through to the glassed-in lounge — the kitchen has spe­cial built-in gran­ite slabs to make cook­ing a joy plus a large pantry. A large wooden deck leads off the dining area — ide­ally shel­tered from the pre­vail­ing winds.

At the end of the house, fac­ing the water —is the main suite with a walk-in wardrobe com­plete and en­suite fea­tur­ing a spa bath, large shower and dou­ble basin.

This well-de­signed home boasts dou­ble glaz­ing through­out, ducted air-con­di­tion­ing and has a large rain­wa­ter tank and so­lar hot­wa­ter sys­tem.

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