City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon

City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon
City Beach, 38 Branksome Gardens – Auction, September 16 at noon

SELLING agent Christpher Dee lives in south City Beach and loves the area.

He said the new owners of this magnificent home will also enjoy the exclusive beach-side location.

“The home has a backdrop of manicured private park, dunes and sweeping ocean views,” he said.

“Only a handful of properties on the ‘front row’ share this truly to-die-for position.”

Mr Dee said the home offered a fantastic lifestyle where the residents could enjoy barefoot walks along one of Perth’s best beaches, take the family to the new state-of-the-art surf club, and dine along the ocean-front precinct.

Other amenities, like Jubilee Park and City Beach Oval, are within walking distance and Bold Park, with the aquatic centre, and redeveloped Wembley Golf Course are nearby.

Built by Oswald Homes in 2006, the two-storey home on an 831sq m block is a gorgeous blend of limestone and timber.

“It’s a timeless home that will always hold its own individuality,” Mr Dee said.

Some key features include WA Blackbutt timber and travertine tile flooring throughout, solid feature timber doors sourced from Indonesia and India, with a 500-year old teak beam from a temple in Java.

The home’s main living and entertaining hub is on the first floor, making the most of the elevated position and spectacular views.

A light and airy open-plan living/dining kitchen area, with gas fireplace, opens to a spacious balcony with timber-lined ceiling overlooking the beach on one side, and a second covered balcony overlooking the pool and with views to Bold Park on the other.

The master suite with a study, bedroom, walk-in robe and large ensuite with a bath and double vanity unit, is also on this floor.

There are three generously sized bedrooms, all with walk-in robes, downstairs along with two bathrooms.

All the bedrooms open to a terrace with timber-lined ceiling that leads to limestone-framed timber gates providing access to the reserve and beach.

The ground floor also includes a games/living room, gym, laundry, and wine cellar.

This floor opens to another alfresco area, courtyard and sparkling pool, spa and gazebo.

The resort-like pool area includes Balinese-inspired landscaping with established trees.

Other features include ample storage, C-Bus lighting throughout, smart wiring, gatehouse and monitored security system and reverse-cycle airconditioning.

Mr Dee said the home was solar passive, with floor-to-ceiling windows soaking up the northern sunshine.