A peace­ful oa­sis close to the city

Pic­turesque set­ting.

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Reviews - By NATALIE HORDOV

THE own­ers have en­joyed the peace­ful and con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion of this lux­u­ri­ous home.

“The sub­di­vi­sion is unique in that it pro­vides a beau­ti­ful land­scaped park­land en­vi­ron­ment for res­i­dents,” they said.

“Plus it is close to the dog park, Perth, Crawley and the river, City Beach and sea.

“There is also ac­cess to the train and good shop­ping.”

The home was com­pleted in 2011 and built to take ad­van­tage of the pic­turesque set­ting.

“The north­ern rooms pro­vide un­in­ter­rupted views across the beau­ti­ful land­scaped gar­dens through large win­dows on each floor,” the own­ers said.

“Also, no cars drive past the front of the home and there is a choice of lovely walks out­side the front door.”

The three-storey home is spa­cious and el­e­gant, ideal for a fam­ily downsizing and want­ing a low-main­te­nance, lux­ury en­vi­ron­ment.

The first level in­cludes a sunken lounge room with park­land views, a stylish kitchen with re­con­sti­tuted stone bench­tops, and a for­mal din­ing room that opens to a pretty court­yard/al­fresco area.

There are three bed­rooms, two bath­rooms and a his-and-hers study on the sec­ond level.

The mas­ter bed­room has an open­plan en­suite with bath and dou­ble van­ity unit, a dress­ing room and opens to a bal­cony.

The other bed­rooms are gen­er­ously sized and have built-in robes.

The top level in­cludes the fourth bed­room, with fully equipped kitchen, en­suite and sit­ting area.

There is also a theatre/fam­ily room that opens to a huge gor­geous ter­race with out­stand­ing views.

It is an ideal place to en­ter­tain or just en­joy the majesty of na­ture.

“The up­per level with the out­door en­ter­tain­ing deck is a quiet con­tem­pla­tive place and on the oc­ca­sions when we en­ter­tain, a fun and se­cure area en­joyed by all our friends,” said the own­ers.

“At night you can open the ver­gola to re­veal the starry skies.” ■

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