CONCRETE, glass and timber are often linked with industrial style, but they have a lovely rustic vibe in this luxurious home by the Blue Water Building Company.
The feeling is reinforced by the bush setting on a 1.23ha block with eucalypts, spotted gums and wattle.
The home is solar passive, with a north-facing open-plan living/dining/|kitchen area with louvres to allow for cross-ventilation, ceiling fans, polished Lappato concrete flooring and a Norseman wood-fired heater for those chilly South-West days.
On one side of this living space a wall of windows looks out to the surrounding trees, while doors on the other open to an alfresco area with washed aggregate flooring.
You will be able to enjoy the view while preparing meals in the stylish kitchen with stone benchtops, Smeg appliances and custom-fitted cabinetry.
A separate lounge room provides more living space.
The home has four bedrooms, with walk-in or built-in robes and two bathrooms – one with a free-standing bath and large windows where you can soak while feeling surrounded by the beauty of nature.
Outside, a workshop with power connected and outdoor concrete landing provides a variety of options.
Use it for storage, parking for a campervan or trailer, tinkering, a kids’ retreat or convert it for guests.
Other features include reverse-cycle airconditioning, double carport, 150,000L rainwater tank, stained black timber fencing around the property and fencing around the residence.
15 Balmoral Drive
$1.15 million – $1.195 million
Agency: Stocker Preston Dunsborough
Contact: Tony Farris on 0417 951 838