Why settle for any ordinary home among the gum trees when you can have your very own treehouse retreat? On one side this fantastic contemporary home is nestled into the lush hillside, forming a great courtyard with an impressive sense of privacy and seclusion. On the other side, the home’s light open living and entertaining space protrudes out into the treetops with a great timber deck.
4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
Tucked into native hillside
Contemporary open living
Ducted A/C, combust fire
Spacious & unique master
Generous jnr rms w/ BIR
Private, shady courtyard
Shade sail carport
Low maintenance b/yard
Great Hills locn, no thru rd
Elevated on the sloping hillside, you are first greeted by the home’s fabulous timber deck that reaches out into the treetops, making you feel as though you have discovered your very own (adult sized) treehouse. And what a treehouse it is.
Imagine relaxing on the deck as you listen to the sound of the leaves rustling and birds chirping, or what a great entertaining space it could be as you socialise with friends and family over a local cheese platter and wine from the Swan Valley. It really can’t get any better than this.
The living and dining potential of this home are fabulous; with jarrah floorboards, high vaulted ceilings and contemporary décor, this spacious living hub feels nothing but open and welcoming. A rustic slow combustion fire and ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout will keep you comfortable no matter what the weather is.
French doors lead to the generous formal lounge which feels cosy in comparison due to the standard ceiling and plush carpet, a fantastic space to relax on the couch after a long day.
The kitchen is superbly practical with a raised breakfast bar, walk-in pantry, gas cooktop and electric oven. It was thoughtfully designed so you can pivot from the sink, to the pantry, to the stove – ideal for those that don’t mess around when preparing wholesome meals for their family.
At the end of the bedroom wing is the spacious master suite which offers a fantastic retreat come the end of the day. A wall of (generally) boring built-in and walk-in robes have been created into a feature with rustic recycled doors, forming a great point of interest and creating a unique atmosphere. The ensuite is superbly light and bright, with a large vanity, shower, toilet and access to an enclosed courtyard which houses an outdoor shower.
The three junior bedrooms are each generous in size, with built-in robes, native treescape outlooks, plush carpet and neutral décor. They share the generous family bathroom which features a vaulted ceiling, huge timber vanity, deep bath and shower – with enough room so you can avoid arguments when everyone’s trying to get ready in the morning. With no space left untouched and unloved, even the toilet boasts a feature timber wall – there is certainly nothing boring about this fantastic Hills family home.
To the rear of the home is a private, shady courtyard which is sheltered by lush garden greenery and the shade of the tall trees. Towards the rear is a chicken house and run so you can enjoy fresh eggs of your own. There is protected parking for two cars under the shade sail and tenants have access to a small garden/wood shed to the rear.
Close to a range of local shops, this property is a fantastically convenient Hills home as it is less than 10 minutes to Mundaring and 15 minutes to Midland.