Step up to your own Tom Bow­den.

A life of lux­ury is here for the tak­ing, writes

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AS­TUN­NING Tu­dor-style home close to a re­spected school of­fers an en­vi­able re­sort life­style, says the ven­dor. The Mer­curis bought the home six years ago and say the prop­erty’s lo­ca­tion was a huge at­trac­tion.

‘‘It was on a beau­ti­ful tree-lined street amongst other stun­ning properties and close to Sey­mour Col­lege and we just loved the whole area in gen­eral,’’ Mr Mer­curi says.

‘‘The street it­self and the area of St Ge­orges is a tight-knit place and it’s very quiet.’’

There are four bed­rooms, the mas­ter with a walk-in and built-in robe and two other bed­rooms have built-ins.

‘‘The home has very high ceil­ings through­out and I un­der­stand it was built in the 1930s,’’ Mr Mer­curi says.

‘‘The triple-brick walls are an ex­tra­or­di­nary fea­ture and en­hance the solid feel of the home.’’

The mas­ter suite has an en­suite with bath, shower and van­ity and the home also has two full bath­rooms.

The kitchen is lo­cated in the heart of the home and fea­tures stain­less steel ap­pli­ances in­clud­ing a wall-mounted oven and mi­crowave, in­duc­tion cook­top and am­ple cup­board and benchspace.

Mr Mer­curi says it makes en­ter­tain­ing a breeze.

‘‘It’s very prac­ti­cal and is well­pro­por­tioned for a fam­ily and of­fers lots of open ar­eas to gather in,’’ he says.

The home fea­tures an in-ground swim­ming pool, ten­nis court and mul­ti­ple out­door en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas.

‘‘It’s a pri­vate oasis,’’ Mr Mer­curi says. ‘‘The land­scape makes it feel like you’re in a park.

‘‘The pool and court have been thor­oughly en­joyed and added fun to bar­be­cues and par­ties.

‘‘The house flows from in­side to out and there’s an abun­dance of ar­eas you can con­gre­gate in, whether it’s up in the back sec­tion near the gazebo or near the pool to the huge fam­ily area or cosier front rooms.

‘‘The lounge has a ceil­ing height of seven or eight me­tres and there are large win­dows all the way round so you can view the back­yard a full 180 de­grees. I love the sense of peace it gives you when you walk in, it’s just one of those nice homes.

‘‘It would be great for a fam­ily and avid en­ter­tain­ers, it can han­dle a whole ar­ray of dif­fer­ent work­able com­bi­na­tions.’’

The home has cov­ered park­ing for two cars, ducted re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing through­out, Jar­rah floors and mar­ble tiling.

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