THIS stylish townhouse above Allure South Sea Pearls was designed by David Hillam and built in 2006.
Owners John and Antonella Cumming said it was “architecturally a true masterpiece” with a “very high-level fit out”.
“It really is a special home and would suit the most fastidious purchaser,” they said.
“And the privacy of living above the ‘gallery’ is really quite unique.”
The Cummings have lived here for six years with their two teenage children.
They said the location, open spaces and quality of the building and fixtures “sold” them the house.
The home’s lower level has a spacious, light-filled open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with high ceilings and polished concrete flooring.
The magnificent kitchen has a huge granite-topped island bench with breakfast bar, Gaggenau appliances and lacquered cabinets providing plenty of storage.
Glass doors open to a private and serene terrace with pool, sun deck and alfresco area.
Mr and Mrs Cumming said the home would suit people who liked to entertain.
“We have had numerous gatherings with family and friends and annually hosted the AFL Grand Final with a large screen projection on the dining room wall (better than the movies),” they said.
“We also have special memories of celebrating our daughter’s 18th birthday.”
The home has more living space with a sitting room with a fireplace at the front of the residence.
Mr and Mrs Cumming said it had a view through the mature plane trees on Rokeby Road that was breathtaking in the day and as the sun was setting.
An open steel staircase leads upstairs to the bedrooms.
These include a master with ensuite and views of trees and the skyline.
There are two more bedrooms and the main bathroom.
316A Rokeby Road
Agency: Ray White Cottesloe-Mosman Park
Contact: Jody Fewster on 0414 688 988