Best of both worlds

The hills meets the beach at this Mullaloo prop­erty.

North Coast Weekender - - News -

THIS warm, wel­com­ing home of­fers fam­ily liv­ing in a beach­side sub­urb.

Own­ers Mark and Erin have lived in the home for four years and up­dated the 1982 brick-and-tile build on a 758sq m prop­erty with ren­o­va­tions and re­fur­bish­ment.

“Last year, we ren­o­vated both the bath­rooms, mod­ernised the full in­te­rior walls and door han­dles, added new stor­age to the kitchen, laun­dry, kids’ bed­rooms and fam­ily rooms, and in 2015 we re­did the gar­den to fea­ture na­tives and wa­ter­wise suc­cu­lents,” they said.

“The bush block in a beach sub­urb is pretty unique; it is like the Hills meets the beach and on a clear day, you can hear the surf in the back gar­den.”

There are sev­eral liv­ing ar­eas

through­out the home, in­clud­ing a sunken for­mal lounge room with tim­ber floor­ing, for­mal din­ing room and tiled open-plan fam­ily and meals area.

The lat­ter is over­looked by the func­tional kitchen with a Tech­nika cook­top, Whirlpool oven and range­hood.

An in­ti­mate mas­ter bed­room suite is com­plete with a ceil­ing fan, walk-in robe, and en­suite with a shower and toi­let. Three mi­nor bed­rooms have built-in robes and fans, while a study is con­ve­niently off the en­try.

“We love the lay­out of the home for a fam­ily; sep­a­rate spots for en­ter­tain­ing and kids’ rooms all across the back,” Mark and Erin said.

Two paved out­door ar­eas with ac­cess from the for­mal and ca­sual liv­ing ar­eas of­fer the per­fect spot for en­ter­tain­ing.

“Mullaloo has the best beach in Perth in my opin­ion and there are plenty of ameni­ties, shops, schools and parks close,” Mark and Erin said.

The prop­erty’s price guide is $600,000s.

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