Buyer’s destiny looks good from any angle

Thought­ful design and views will im­press. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Residential -

FRONT, back, in­side, out­side – from any angle, this three-storey home is a stun­ner.

Built in 2016, it has more than 400sq m of in­ter­nal liv­ing space on a 390sq m block.

A great deal of thought went into the design and the at­ten­tion to de­tail will im­press.

The home has de­signer wall­pa­pers, ex­quis­ite ital­ian tiled floor­ing, float­ing stair­cases, tim­ber de­tail­ing, large rooms, high ceil­ings and enor­mous win­dows that let in plenty of nat­u­ral light.

The main liv­ing ar­eas are on the ground floor and in­clude a state-of-the-art kitchen with Miele ap­pli­ances, stone bench­tops and an is­land bench with am­ple room for casual meals and en­ter­tain­ing.

There is more room to en­ter­tain out­side in the huge al­fresco area and ter­race.

The mas­ter bed­room is on the first floor and is an ab­so­lute de­light, with a walk-in robe and lux­u­ri­ous en­suite with freestanding Villeroy & Boch bath. Glass doors open to a wide bal­cony. The home’s el­e­vated po­si­tion in the Perry Lakes es­tate pro­vides gor­geous sun­set views over Bold Park’s bush­land.

The three chil­dren’s rooms, all with built-in robes, a bath­room, and an ac­tiv­ity room with kitch­enette are also on the first floor.

There is also a guest suite, with bath­room, on the ground floor.

The un­der­croft in­cludes park­ing for two cars, a rum­pus room (an ideal space for a teenagers’ re­treat) and a bath­room.

The lo­ca­tion is just as at­trac­tive as the home, with easy ac­cess to parks, shops, restau­rants and cafes, the beach, Su­bi­aco and the city.

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