Home for those with taste for lux­ury

Use as one large ex­ec­u­tive-style home or three self-con­tained in­di­vid­ual suites. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Residential -

THIS home is the ul­ti­mate South-west get­away.

You will not need to travel far to en­joy a lo­cal win­ery or qual­ity restau­rant with the prop­erty in the Brook­land val­ley vine­yard, which in­cludes Flutes Restau­rant.

Although the lo­ca­tion is pop­u­lar, you will still en­joy pri­vacy (and out­stand­ing scenery) – the home is on 5000sq m and sur­rounded by nat­u­ral bush­land.

Add in its prox­im­ity to the Mar­garet River town­site and Yallingup and you are set to en­joy the best that the South-west has to of­fer.

Built by Nick Goode Con­struc­tion, the lux­ury res­i­dence has the added ad­van­tage of be­ing able to cater for small and larger gath­er­ings.

The de­sign en­ables it to be used as one large ex­ec­u­tive-style home or di­vided into three pri­vate self-con­tained in­di­vid­ual suites con­nected by tim­ber deck­ing and each with its own en­try.

You can hol­i­day with your bet­ter half, bring the kids or en­joy a trip with a few friends.

In to­tal, the three suites in­clude five king-sized bed­rooms, all with built-in robes, and four re­sort-style bath­rooms.

Each suite is named af­ter a wine and the main res­i­dence, ‘Caber­net’, has two bed­rooms, two bath­rooms (one with a spa) and an open-plan liv­ing area.

On a chilly win­ter’s evening you can sit in com­fort by the gas fire­place and en­joy a lovely lo­cal red.

Bi-fold doors open to a deck, ideal for en­ter­tain­ing, with a bar­be­cue and lovely views.

The ‘Shi­raz’ suite has two bed­rooms, one bath­room, a kitch­enette and a liv­ing area that opens to a porch.

‘Chardon­nay’ has one bed­room with an open-plan spa en­suite, kitch­enette and a liv­ing area that opens to a pri­vate bal­cony.

There are qual­ity fea­tures through­out, in­clud­ing Daikin air­con­di­tion­ing, Cae­sar­stone bench­tops, marri flooring and woollen car­pets.

As an added bonus, the res­i­dence can also be used as an in­vest­ment.

It is cur­rently used by wed­ding guests of Flutes and other venues and sell­ing agent Julie Fair­clough said it was achiev­ing $70,000 net per an­num in hol­i­day rental re­turn.

The prop­erty will be sold fully fur­nished, en­abling the pur­chaser to start earn­ing in­come or en­joy a hol­i­day im­me­di­ately. ■

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