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Located at one of Perth's most unique locations this brand new contemporary home built by Glenway Homes is set in parkland adjacent to the Swan River foreshore. The residence possesses a spectacular ambiance and style. The design of large windows, high ceilings and large open spaces flooded with natural Northern light creates a special feel.
The design of this home flows perfectly and every space and room is sure to delight.
An impressive entrance with Black Butt timber floors leads you into the open plan design of the ground floor, comprising of two separate and spacious living areas, a gourmet kitchen and dining area. The European fitted kitchen is fitted with Mielle stainless steel appliances, glass splash backs and extensive Caesar stone bench tops. Overlooking the dining area this is a great entertaining feature.
All of the bedrooms are spacious with the Master Bedroom comprising of huge 'His and Hers' walk in robes and En-suite bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles. The additional two bedrooms are spacious with large built in robes and share a well appointed bathroom.
Take the lift from the enormous garage up to the living areas, then to the bedrooms and continue to the roof deck on the fourth level. There you will find an exceptional alfresco entertaining area with a built in BBQ overlooking the river and parkland.
Walk onto the Swan River foreshore and enjoy the beautiful parkland at your doorstep- the uniqueness of this location is desirable and this river front residence is private and secure.
Pictured left is the Swan Bell Tower. It is 82 metres tall and contains the twelve 14th Century bells of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. These were recast in the 16th Century by Queen Elizabeth I.
Ringing times are Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: 12:30pm - 2pm.
There is also a Bells Handling Demonstration Monday, Tuesday, and Friday: 12pm - 2pm.More Photos here
Photo: Alex Leach Era Photographics