When it comes to choosing the best of what works in Western Australian homes, there is no doubt that the Architect Tom Roberts knows how to design and craft the perfect family home. Not only perfect for the owners but perfect for its own environs with beautiful natural timber used extensively to enhance the comfort and feel of the home.
Entertaining on these large decks overlooking the pool with the hinterland views all the way to Melon Hill in Swanbourne in the north you begin to sense that life is well worth living here. A high pitched iron roof covers this spacious four bedroom, four bathroom home with study, family, rumpus, kitchen, dining and living rooms. All rooms enjoy an outlook and light aplenty with some very clever play nooks and big storage solutions off the lane way at the rear. The bike and surf board storage is really good!
With a huge 893 square metre landholding there is room to move from front to back. Quiet areas for contemplation and study are separated from active family areas where everyone meets for a family dinner or gathering with friends. Superb timber floors compliment the high ceilings and perfect proportions of every room with floor to ceiling glass to make the transition outdoors seamless.
From the road with its timber fretwork prominent this is a handsome residence and it’s a testament to the owners and Architect as it looks like it has been there forever but its only 5 YEARS OLD. With ‘Daisies’ and a morning coffee at the bottom of the hill and the Grant Street beach over the hill you will get this feeling that this could be ideal – North Cottesloe School district and bus and rail access to all major Private Schools.
So to live in Australia’s most envied Coastal lifestyle you owe it to yourself to view this beautiful family home. The experience is worth it and you may have just found your new home in Cottesloe.