Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL -

ON the fringe of the South Perth fore­shore, just me­tres to pop­u­lar restau­rants and cafes in­clud­ing Ciao Italia and Mill­point Caffe Book­shop, is this lux­ury res­i­dence on a 729sq m site.

The 395sq m dou­ble-storey house makes full use of the tri­an­gu­lar block with a be­spoke de­sign com­pleted in 2008 by Amano Homes.

“We built the home to a high spec and it was unique in its de­sign and fin­ishes,” one of the own­ers said.

“All of the finer de­tails were con­sid­ered closely to en­sure the longevity of the de­sign and con­cept of the home, along with func­tion­al­ity.”

Past the struc­tured lines of the mod­ernist fa­cade, the home soft­ens into ver­sa­tile fam­i­lyfriendly spa­ces with high ceil­ings through­out.

De­signed with sep­a­rate wings for the chil­dren and adults, the res­i­dence cen­tres on an open-plan main liv­ing area that is per­fect for ev­ery­day liv­ing as well as en­ter­tain­ing.

Ital­ian stone floors with un­der-floor heat­ing an­chor this sprawl­ing space, which ex­tends seam­lessly out to the al­fresco area un­der the main roof and to the pool.

“The out­door liv­ing area is my favourite as we en­ter­tain reg­u­larly,” the owner said.

“The pool area al­lows par­ents to en­ter­tain while the kids are swim­ming and the out­door kitchen al­lows for easy sum­mer ca­ter­ing.”

The main kitchen will also im­press any home cook, with stone bench­tops and Miele ap­pli­ances, in­clud­ing a plate warmer, steamer, in­duc­tion cook­top and in­te­grated dish­washer.

Round­ing off the home’s top fea­tures are the city views, which are best ap­pre­ci­ated from the pri­vate bal­cony on the first floor and the mas­ter suite with his-and-her walk-in robes and a spa­cious spa en­suite.

Other fea­tures in­clude ducted vac­u­um­ing and ducted air­con­di­tion­ing.

“We have lived in South Perth for many years and par­tic­u­larly love our street,” the owner said.

“We are in walk­ing dis­tance to Wes­ley Col­lege, the Swan River, cafes and restau­rants.

“We have won­der­ful neigh­bours who we have be­come friends with.”

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