Enjoy Stoneville living at its best with this 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom Hardi and iron home. With recycled elements bringing charm and a floorplan designed for modern living, this 2-storey home offers wonderful open plan living, a landscaped backyard and a ground-floor man cave. A Traylen Road address puts you within easy reach of a choice of schools and the bustling village of Mundaring.
5 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
Charming family home
Open-plan central living
Reclaimed jarrah floors
Designed for family life
Tree-top deck with spa
2-car garage w storage
A large deck extending from the front of the home delivers an impressive welcome and the ideal entertaining space – with retractable screens and a pitched roof, this expansive outdoor room will have you imagining lazy afternoons watching the treetops sway.
White, reclaimed windows pop against the mid-blue of the home’s exterior and jarrah floors throughout the high-traffic zones gleam. Central to the home is the expansive open plan kitchen/dining/family room. The modern country kitchen is fitted with a free-standing oven and dishwasher. White cabinets and painted panelled ceilings tie this space together and create an atmosphere of casual chic. The sunken family room opens to a covered deck and lawn surrounded by easy-care native gardens.
Plush carpets bring a little luxury to the main bedroom, a walk-in wardrobe and pretty leadlight windows fashion a tranquil atmosphere. A modern ensuite finished in muted organic tones features a vanity, shower and W.C.
All of the junior bedrooms are carpeted and arranged along one side of the home. The smallest of the four is opposite the main bedroom and would make an ideal nursery. Double doors in two of the junior rooms open to the long verandah at the side of the home.
The family bathroom is a good size with an over-tub shower and vanity. The large walkthrough laundry houses a separate W.C. and opens to the deck.
At ground level, the secure, 2-car garage has room enough for storage and a workbench. The man cave is fitted with a powder room and bar. Corrugated-iron lining on the walls give this space the air of an iconic outback pub.
Ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning controls the home’s climate, while a slow combustion fire in the open living area brings cosy ambience during the cooler months.
A big, stylish, family home with an address that puts schools, shops and transport at your door – there is a bus stop at the front of the property – make this a great option for those wishing to experience what living in the Hills is all about.