Set on 5.06 acres of pasture, this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home features neutral decor, high ceilings and open-plan living. Ready to be transformed by your style, the property sits opposite the Heritage Trail and is within easy reach of schools, Lake Leschenaultia and Mundaring. Established deciduous and evergreen trees create an idyllic rural setting while a high-clearance, Colorbond shed and carport with shower and W.C. provide ample storage.
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4 beds 2 baths + study
2004-built brick and iron
Central open plan living
Separate bedroom zones
Fresh paint throughout
Larder & W.I. linen press
Hi-clearance 21 x 9 shed
Mature deciduous trees
5.06 acres lovely pasture
Close Lake, trail, schools
The hipped roof and
pleasing proportions of this well-presented home reference an iconic Australian
homestead and bring a sense of “belonging” to the landscape. Fertile
pastures, good fencing and a reliable bore, put everything in place for you to
realise the dream of living in a modern-day homestead.
A central open plan living/kitchen/meals
area features a slow combustion fire, large, white floor tiles and high
ceilings and has been designed for excellent cross ventilation. Deciduous trees
provide summer shade while allowing for dappled winter light.
The large kitchen boasts
a terrific larder – with ample space for ingredient and appliance storage –
lots of bench space, a freestanding oven and dishwasher cavity. A shoppers’
entry leads to the remote access 2-car garage. A separate study/home office is
situated off the dining area and offers a quiet space for uninterrupted
homework or at-home meetings.
The first of two
separate bedroom zones sits at the home’s north-west corner. This thoughtful
layout allows for multi-generational living or can be configured as a main bedroom
and nursery away from the 2 junior rooms set at the home’s south-west corner. A
family bathroom with shower, vanity and tub and a separate toilet service the
junior bedroom zone.
A large, walk-through
laundry with walk-in linen press is a practical inclusion and offers mess-free
entry into the home after a day working outside. Just what that outside work
will be is limited only by your imagination. The 5-acre property is suited to
keeping a horse or livestock with wide, well-maintained firebreaks offering
on-site trails for novice riders, not yet ready to cross the road and explore
the bridle path along the Heritage Trail.
A 21m x 9m, Colorbond
workshop, set up for TV and phone, provides the infrastructure of rural life,
with high clearance, a shower, W.C. and wash trough. This vast space and its
adjoining double carport could be adapted for use as a tack room with float and
machinery storage and ample undercover storage for feed. The property also
benefits from a bore and good perimeter fencing.
Set on a corner
opposite Lake Leschenaultia Conservation Park where the much-loved Heritage
Trail leads to the Lake, schools, and Mount Helena township allows for a rural
lifestyle without compromising on access to services and amenities. Arterial
road links to Mundaring and Midland are within easy reach, so too a choice of
local sporting facilities, pubs and a café.
To arrange an
inspection of this property or for friendly real estate advice from proven
performers call Bob Johnston on 0429 956 378 or Jan Johnston on 0427 956 378.
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