Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Res­i­den­tial -

WHEN the seller picked this top spot in South Perth for his new project, he had a clear vi­sion: lux­ury and fu­ture-proof­ing.

“He wanted to cre­ate an ul­tra-mod­ern house that was high-tech and high-spec,” sell­ing agent Pamela Wilkin­son said.

From that dream grew this strik­ing cus­tomde­signed, four-level con­crete and glass struc­ture that has never been lived in.

Sleek, con­tem­po­rary liv­ing spa­ces are com­ple­mented by vaulted ceil­ings and ex­panses of glaz­ing wel­com­ing in nat­u­ral light from all an­gles.

De­spite its man­sion-sized pro­por­tions, the home is easy to live in, es­pe­cially with a lift ser­vic­ing all lev­els.

“It will suit buy­ers who want to move to South Perth who don’t want an apart­ment, but still want the con­ve­nience of the apart­ment life­style,” Ms Wilkin­son said.

On the ground floor, there is an ex­pan­sive for­mal lounge that flows out to the pri­vate decked al­fresco area.

The mez­za­nine level fea­tures a free-flow­ing lounge/din­ing and kitchen, which has Miele ap­pli­ances and Cae­sar­stone bench­tops.

Up­stairs, two big bed­rooms are cen­tred on a ver­sa­tile third liv­ing area and have river views, bal­cony ac­cess and mir­rored slid­ing robes.

The top floor is ded­i­cated to the jaw-drop­ping mas­ter suite with a walk-in robe, juliet bal­cony and a ho­tel-style spa en­suite with full­height traver­tine tiling.

Fin­ish­ing off the prop­erty’s list of fea­tures are a pri­vate home of­fice, out­door sen­sor light­ing and an au­to­matic se­cu­rity gate.

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