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It is impossible not to swoon at interiors filled with panoramic valley views and the gently rolling pastures of the prestigious Perth Hills equine precinct. An architect-designed cedar and iron home, dams, new fencing, stables with walk-out yards, and a new workshop paint a picture of perfection.
4 beds 2 baths plus study
Archi design cedar & iron
Panorama-filled OP living
Bespoke timber kitchen
2 dams + rainwater tanks
Stables, tack room, arena
New powered workshop
8 acres 5 grazing paddocks
Perth Hills equine precinct
Love, care, and a sensitive response to the landscape imbue this exceptional property with a reassuring sense of familiarity and an atmosphere that all is as it should be; from the fenced home paddock planted with native shrubs and Mister Lincoln roses to the classic homestead façade and wrap-around verandah. The architect-designed home employs a limited palette of natural materials and the craftsmanship of bespoke fittings to fashion a home that equals the impact of its breathtaking setting.
A striking wall of windows looking retains a visual connection with the surrounding pastures and fills the open plan living area with valley views. Doors link this space to a broad verandah, creating an indoor-outdoor space designed to adapt with ease to the practicalities of family life and entertaining.
Across the interiors, the interplay of raw materials and refined finishes is notable. A soaring, pine-lined ceiling, freshly sealed pine floors and substantial jarrah posts provide structural function and a timeless aesthetic. The bespoke kitchen uses Tasmanian oak, jarrah, and metal in a faultless merging of materials. Found objects shine – from the custom-built splashback to the cast iron stove – in a contemporary home that feels visually and spiritually anchored in the surrounding landscape.
The lovingly restored Metters stove – found abandoned and rusting – anchors the living area, providing warmth in the cooler months and producing knock-out Sunday roasts and pizzas that transport you to Italy.
The split-level design of the home reinforces a distinction between private and shared spaces. The junior bedrooms, study, and guest room span the upper level, while the principal suite nestles hidden at one corner of the lower level.
The main bedroom appears to float in the landscape with full-height corner windows framing scenes of pastures dotted with majestic gums – a daily reminder of the home’s exceptional setting – and double doors open to the verandah and the perfect spot for alfresco breakfasts.
A guest suite and a study with a separate entry sit at either end of the upper level, ensuring a degree of privacy and separation from the activity of the shared living space. The junior bedrooms are generous in size with new carpet and wardrobe recesses; they share the large family bathroom fitted with a claw-foot tub, shower, and vanity.
The property boasts two entrances, one to the home and the second to the massive new workshop. This high-clearance workspace measuring 14.75 m x 9.35 m is pristine, has power and water connected, LED lighting and three sliding doors. An expansive level area allows ample room for manoeuvring vehicles and accessing the adjacent float shelter.
The stable complex offers two stalls with walk-out yards, a tack room and a feed shed. Eight acres, seven newly fenced paddocks, two dams, an arena and access to the best riding trails in the Hills will delight those with an equine focus.
It really doesn’t get much better than this: A beautifully designed and impeccably presented home with light-filled living and a wrap-around verandah; a restrained and discerning use of materials; and an incredible location with panoramic valley views. Situated in the heart of the Perth Hills equine precinct, the property boasts seven paddocks with new fencing, two dams, stables, a new powered workshop, and reticulated gardens.
To arrange an inspection of this property, call Cheryl New on 0439 961 192.