Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million

Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million
Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million
Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million
Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million
Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million
Quindalup, 10 Broyage Retreat – $1.35 million

PEOPLE who live in glass houses should sit back and enjoy the view.

Floor-to-ceiling doors and windows allow you to take in the exceptional lake and valley views from this five-bedroom, two-bathroom home.

A boardwalk with glass balustrades runs the length of the home and external staircases take you down to the landscaped gardens.

From the grassed area walk down through the terraced native gardens to a rustic entertaining area that overlooks the lake.

There is a bush-pole gazebo and two landings with fire pits, wonderful settings for barbecues and casual gatherings.

The home was built in 2010 and is solar passive, energy efficient and has a BioMAX septic system.

Commercial grade, double-glazed windows, louvres and sliding doors with low-e-glass and thermal break frames assist with retaining warmth in winter and cooling in summer.

The home has a number of quality features including solid timber flooring throughout and solid internal timber doors.

The north-facing living zone has lake views and includes a striking kitchen, granite-topped island bench and plenty of storage.

The master bedroom opens to the boardwalk and the ensuite has a cedar-lined ceiling, spa bath and feature tiling.

There are four more bedrooms, all with built-in robes, including a guest retreat on a lower level that opens to a decked landing.

The home has plenty of room for storage, a double carport and extra parking spaces.

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