Lavished with love, care and creativity, this 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom timber and iron home is a classic Hills original. Renovated interiors and inspired exteriors work together to produce an utterly charming and very liveable home. Creative flourishes are restrained, bring a modern sensibility and connect the home to its Hills location. Canopy views, a small pool surrounded by a tropical oasis and an expansive outdoor living zone deliver a quintessential Hills home.
4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
Weatherboard and iron
Bright modern interiors
Family with SC fire & AC
Mod neutral colour palette
Expansive outdoor living
Powered shed & carport
1870 sqm elevated block
Walk to trails Parky pub
Hidden away on an elevated lot in Parkerville, this impressive, renovated home takes every advantage of its position to deliver the very best of a Hills’ lifestyle. An open-plan kitchen, meals and family room span the south face of the home, where large windows look across a balcony to the tree canopy. The modern kitchen features an L-shaped benchtop, an electric cooktop and oven and timber-look floors. A palette of greys highlighted with white extends throughout the interiors, creating a sense of calm and a neutral backdrop for the embellishments of life.
This thoughtful application of a limited and cohesive colour palette is used to significant effect in the main bedroom, where soft carpet, a walk-in robe and an ensuite with a corner spa fashion a serene treetop retreat. Three junior bedrooms are filled with a similar sense of calm, each is fitted with an overhead fan, and one enjoys direct access to the front deck.
Entry to the home is via a paved outdoor living area with a decked pool and gazebo overlooked by a sheltered entertaining zone. The pool is sheltered by a massive and productive avocado tree and surrounded by thriving, low-maintenance gardens. A built-in bar and concrete benchtop anchor the alfresco entertaining area. A central raised garden bed and a fire pit give a loose structure to this outdoor space. Recycled iron surrounds the front door, lines the eaves and clads the pool; this repeated motif references the Hills setting and creates a visual connection between the home and its landscape.
A double carport and powered shed sit at the front of the property. A second shed is accessible via a driveway along the boundary fence.
The skill and restraint displayed in reimagining this home are unusual and a delight; modern, light-filled interiors, faultless indoor-outdoor living and a quintessential Hills aesthetic meld to produce a unique and unforgettable property.
Minutes from the Parky Pub and walking trails, within easy reach of the bustling village of Mundaring, the Great Eastern Highway and a choice of local schools, this is the blueprint for a life in the Perth Hills.
To arrange an inspection of this property, call Ken Wiggins on 0403 012 950.