From the moment you step into the impressive wide entrance, it will become abundantly clear that the thought and quality that have gone into designing and building this home is second to none.
Boasting an expansive floorplan which includes multiple living areas, European quality and great bedroom separation, this property will be a 'yes' with the entire family.
The features you will love
Manicured gardens Grand staircase Blackbutt Flooring Open plan living area Alfresco loggia with BBQ & dishwasher Italian Quartz benchtops Gaggenau induction & gas cooktops and coffee machine Soaring Ceilings 2 downstairs bedrooms 1 with ensuite Master with balcony and his and her dressing rooms 2 further bedrooms with walk-in robes Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, alarm system and video intercom 5kW Solar PV system, Solar hot water system and double glazing to most of the home Miele washer/dryer, fridge, freezer, Gaggenau dishwasher Below ground pool Secure undercroft double garage with access to a wine cellar
Positioned so you can make the most of the Western Suburbs with easy access to schools, Claremont Quarter, Café strip, public transport and within proximity to Perth CBD and our gorgeous coastline.
For a private inspection please contact Sandra Pereira 0499 799 960
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