THIS home would make a great base from which to explore the beautiful South-West, but would also be a fantastic retreat the hustle and bustle of city life.
The 1.49ha block is zoned rural residential and includes native bush, waterwise landscaped gardens, gazebo, floodlit tennis court and bore.
The north-facing house was designed by Terry Hodges and built circa 1999 by Rob Clarke.
It has a light-filled open-plan kitchen/dining/living area with lovely blackbutt timber flooring and vaulted ceilings.
This room opens to a bow-shaped deck with views over the grounds.
There are two wings for the sleeping accommodation, each with two bedrooms, spa bathroom and powder room.
Additional features include a wood-fired heater and airconditioning in the living area.