Protected on two sides by the green open space of reserve, this 2002-built Perceptions home sits elevated at the top of a quiet Mount Helena Close. Its manicured front yard leads to an expansive floorplan with multiple living zones, an impressive custom-built Town and Country Kitchen, and a paved outdoor living zone edged with a mass of perfumed roses.
5 bed 2 bath + study hm
2002-built brick and iron
Town & Country kitchen
Multi-zoned living design
Sep junior bedroom wing
Rose-edge outdoor living
Ducted reverse cycle AC
12 x 6 powered workshop
3051 sqm at top of Close
Style & natural splendor
Double doors open into a small foyer with a sunken lounge room to one side and a fitted study to the other. A step up from the carpeted lounge room leads to a formal dining area with space for a family-sized table. This traditional entertaining zone balances a sense of occasion with welcoming ease and offers an ideal venue for milestone celebrations.
Informal split-level living occupies the heart of the home, where the stunning custom-built kitchen, meals area, and family room sit under a high gambrel-style ceiling. The kitchen and meals area is arranged on one level with a sunken family room at one end. Dual-aspect glazing and seamless movement out to the paved alfresco living area fashion a multipurpose space designed for indoor-outdoor living. A slow combustion fireplace supplements the ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning and offers a cosy focal point in this family hub.
Those who love to cook and entertain will swoon at the sight of the kitchen. A central island with an integrated breakfast bar, Silestone benchtops, ample cabinets and soft-close drawers, and a splashback with imported English tiles set the scene for unlimited culinary creativity and impromptu gatherings. A double Falcon oven with a 5-burner hob and an integrated two-drawer dishwasher underline the kitchen’s credentials as a practical workspace. At the same time, the restrained choice of colours and use of quality materials inspire with their unfussy yet charming country styling.
A central hallway off the open plan leads into four well-appointed junior bedrooms – each with carpets and built-in robes – a walk-through laundry/mudroom with a separate WC, and a shared family bathroom with shower, tub and vanity. A sense of privacy and retreat is created by placing the main bedroom suite towards the front of the home, away from the activity of the junior wing and shared living zone. A large bedroom, stylish ensuite with separate WC, and walk-in robe create a restful parents’ area with easy access to the formal living room.
The eastern corner of the home is a large, brick-paved patio. Partially sheltered, this expansive outdoor living zone is surrounded by garden beds planted with thriving rosebushes and set against the backdrop of the adjoining reserve. Public open space at two boundaries blurs the distinction between the ¾-acre block and the adjacent natural bushland. This sense of an expanse of open space builds on the atmosphere of peace and privacy provided by the home’s location at the top of a secluded Close. Towards the eastern boundary is a powered workshop with a concrete floor and drive-in access.
Boasting a great location on the edge of town and with room to accommodate everyone, this is a big family home with a stunning kitchen, fabulous outdoor living and within easy reach of schools, sports, and the bustling Village of Mundaring.
To arrange an inspection of this property, call Brad Williams on 0408 887 375.