Cus­tom-built min­i­mal­ist mas­ter­piece with all the trim­mings imag­in­able. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Front Page -

WITHa stream­lined de­sign and black and white colour pal­ette with tim­ber ac­cents, this home is a min­i­mal­ist mas­ter­piece.

The cus­tom-built res­i­dence has a host of eye-catch­ing fea­tures, in­clud­ing pol­ished jar­rah floor­boards through­out, Pi­etra Grey mar­ble in the kitchen and bath­rooms, ital­ian light fit­tings, and wa­ter­jet cut dec­o­ra­tive screens in grasstree and Gnowa­gerup For­est de­signs in the out­door ar­eas.

All the com­forts and ne­ces­si­ties of a mod­ern life­style have been ad­dressed with un­der­floor heat­ing, so­lar pan­els, air­con­di­tion­ing, dou­ble-glazed and tinted win­dows, two in­stant gas hot-wa­ter sys­tems, LED light­ing, smartwiring, ample stor­age and wiring for CCTV.

The home has an abun­dance of liv­ing space, in­clud­ing an ac­tiv­ity room, large study and open-plan liv­ing area.

A free­stand­ing frame­less gas fire­place di­vides the liv­ing and din­ing zones, while a mar­ble and jar­rah can­tilevered is­land bench is a strik­ing fea­ture in the well-ap­pointed kitchen, which also in­cludes a scullery.

Stack­ing doors open to the cov­ered, traver­tine-paved north-fac­ing al­fresco area that leads to a sunken lawn.

There is a sec­ond paved court­yard at the other end of the home.

There are four bed­rooms, in­clud­ing two king-sized chil­dren’s rooms, a guest bed­room with en­suite and built-in robe, and the large mas­ter bed­room.

The mas­ter pro­vides a won­der­ful haven for par­ents, with a walk-in robe and en­suite with a free­stand­ing bath and dou­ble van­ity unit.

On a 1012sq m cor­ner block, the home has a dou­ble garage and plenty of off-street park­ing. It is close to parks, cafes, Hol­ly­wood Pri­mary School, trans­port, Kings Park, Su­bi­aco, the river and just 10 min­utes from the city.

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