Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000

Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000
Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000
Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000
Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000
Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000
Gwelup, 11 Ludgate Way – From $1,295,000

THIS custom-built home offers the best in family living in a community-orientated suburb packed with amenities.

Owners Matthew and Carla Cannon built the home with APG Homes in 2009 and it was designed to fit the block and their needs.

“We previously built our last house across the road in the Willows Estate and were there for 10 years,” they said.

“We needed to restructure our home when the twins came along and Old Gwelup always had a greater appeal to us with the established trees, larger blocks and easier access to the lake, so when this vacant plot became available we jumped at the opportunity.”

This residence has been designed as a family home with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious open-plan living and kitchen, theatre room, games room, office with built-in cabinetry and superb outdoor living overlooking the pool.

“The house has suited our family in many ways; the four large bedrooms upstairs have an attached games room so the boys can make as much mess and noise as they like without disturbing the main living area.

“Whereas the master bedroom is downstairs so we can enjoy our privacy.

“We also added a pool to the backyard in 2010 and some of our greatest memories are the kids playing in the pool while having friends round for a barbecue over Christmas.

“The house really works for easy entertaining.”

Matthew and Carla have been a part of the Gwelup community for 16 years and love being close to great schools, shops and having close access to the freeway.

“Ludgate Way is a looped cul-de-sac so it has local traffic only and the street is filled with kids of all ages playing safely outside; street parties and street cricket followed by a swim in ours or the numerous other pools in the street are a common occurrence,” they said.

“People often don’t know where Gwelup is so we refer to it as our little secret suburb.”