Subiaco, 4 Juniper Bank Way – From $2 million

Subiaco, 4 Juniper Bank Way – From $2 million
Subiaco, 4 Juniper Bank Way – From $2 million
Subiaco, 4 Juniper Bank Way – From $2 million
Subiaco, 4 Juniper Bank Way – From $2 million
Subiaco, 4 Juniper Bank Way – From $2 million

SELLING agent Adrian Abel called this house an eccentric masterpiece, full of one-of-a-kind features including polished concrete floors, jarrah treading, Corten steel and extensive glass windows framed by copper.

Originally built in 1999, the owners bought the home in 2011 and have been renovating it since then.

Mr Abel said every room was different and suited different moods, and each level had uninterrupted views of Subiaco Common and the lake.

It truly is eye-catching inside and out, and with so many incredible features it is hard to know where to start a description.

To get the preliminaries out of the way first: it is built over three levels and has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that occupies the entire ground floor.

Now we can explore the home in more detail, from top to bottom.

The master suite is a magical place and has the second floor all to itself.

You enter through a curved copper door, and will marvel at the former gabled ceiling that is now an arched showpiece.

The suite includes a massive walk-in robe, music room or study, and ensuite with a separate bath, and opens to its own balcony with park and lake view.

The first floor houses three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Bedroom two has a built-in robe, ensuite and access to a balcony.

Bedroom three has a built-in robe and study area that opens to the balcony, while bedroom four has a built-in robe.

The extra-special feature on this floor is a steel-grate walkway leading to a rooftop garden above the garage.

Guests (and you) will love the bar, pizza oven and above-ground, timber-panelled hot tub.

On the ground floor, a steel beam delineates the lounge and dining spaces; the dining room spills out to a veranda, while the lounge flows through to the industrial-style kitchen, with meals area, that includes a large five-burner Falcon cooktop and plenty of stainless steel.

Sliding doors lead to a courtyard with Corten steel light posts, a wall of greenery and stairs to the rooftop entertaining area.

The home is in the Subi Centro precinct, close to shops, entertainment and dining. n