Set among the treetops, high on the hill, overlooking the Allen Park pines and on towards the sparkling Indian Ocean; this beautifully designed family home offers a combination rare in west Swanbourne; space, family comfort and location.
Residents love West Swanbourne for its community feel and village atmosphere. Walk through Allen Park to the beach; drop in to Kirkwood Deli for coffee and a snack; enjoy the trees; the view and the quality of this 4 year old home!
A unique secure, landscaped entrance creates an ideal introduction to this contemporary home; with high ceilings, neutral colours, polished Spotted Gum floors and brilliant versatility, the highlights. The perfect mix of family accommodation ensures you are catered for however you wish to live. The formal dining room can become another living area; the lounge could convert to a study. Flexibility is the key – your comfort the purpose of this bespoke home.
Entertaining will be easy in the fabulous kitchen featuring Caesar stone benchtops, and overlooking the informal dining and living areas which open through bi-fold doors to a timber-lined alfresco to the stunning, fully landscaped gardens, designed by Mondo Landscape Design, create a beautiful backdrop for this family haven, on a quiet street, in this most sought after spot. Plenty of room for the children to play, or for you to just sit and enjoy the peace in your own garden.
• Elevated location
• Spacious floorplan
• Modern stone kitchen
• Miele, Qasair and Highland s/s appliances
• Imported European light fittings
• 4 big bedrooms
• Huge open plan living
• 2 beautifully appointed bathrooms + powder
• Spotted gum timber floors
• Fully air conditioned
• Monitored security
• Established landscaped & reticulated gardens
• Walk to Allen Park
• Walk to local cafs and the beach
– Air Conditioning
– Built-In Wardrobes
– Close to Schools
– Close to Shops
– Close to Transport
– Security Alarm
– Secure Parking
– Polished Timber Floor
– Formal Lounge
– Separate Dining
– Large 632sqm Block
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