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Stoneville family home has resort-like feel

SET back from the road, behind an electric gate with native vegetation forming a backdrop to the formal gardens this Stoneville home sits on a fully-fenced 2ha block. 

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom plus study home is bright, spacious and benefits from top quality renovations to the kitchen and bathrooms. 

Neatly clipped hedges border the path of this brick and Colorbond home. 

The front door opens to an inviting entry with a formal loungeroom- dining to one side and a luxury main bedroom to the other.

The front living area offers a quiet ‘grownup’ space and is the perfect spot for formal gatherings or time spent curled up with a book. 

High ceilings and wooden floors set the tone of polished luxury evident throughout the property.

The bedroom with soft, neutral colours and bay windows is a calming sanctuary. 

The newly renovated ensuite – a lesson in unfussy style – has a modern, double vanity with stone benchtop and a big frameless glass shower.

Away from the home’s living and entertaining spaces near the front door there is a private office-study.

The home’s central living area opens to views of the pool and fully reticulated gardens. 

A comfortable family room, with a slow combustion fire adjoins the kitchen. 

In 2014, the addition of bright, Caeserstone benchtops, a deep double sink, hi-end appliances and ample storage in the kitchen created a workspace for family and entertaining. 

A breakfast bar is great for quick meals or as a place to perch while you chat to the cook.

The dining room, arranged at the corner of the home, opens on two sides with bi-fold doors and screens that disappear into the door frame. Slide back the doors to create a dining pavilion with the atmosphere – and outlook of a resort. 

Piped music to the living areas adds to the feeling of effortless luxury.

To the eastern side of the dining room is a paved entertaining area. 

The heated below ground salt pool has merbau decking and is set against a backdrop of tall eucalypts.

The three carpeted minor bedrooms are all a good size and fitted with built-in robes. 

Ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning is supplemented by a slow combustion fireplace in the open plan living zone. 

The property has scheme water and a 90 sqm Colorbond four-door powered workshop with three-phase power and security. 

Combined with the two-car garage this allows undercover parking or storage for six vehicles.

The home is in a convenient location, close to schools, public transport and arterial roads. 

Shopping and sports facilities are not far away in the village of Mundaring. 

The Railway Reserves Heritage Trail is within walking distance of the property.

Address: 60 Schoch Rd, Stoneville

Price: From $949,000

Brookwood Realty

Phone: 9250 1919

Agent: Bob Johnston 0429 956 378

Agent: Jan Johnston 0427 956 378

About Anita

Anita Mcinnes received a highly commended in the 2009 WA Media Awards suburban section for her reporting. Two of her sons were born at Swan District Hospital and for many years she was a partner in a small business, which operated in the Gingin-Muchea-Bullsbrook area. As a mature age student Anita studied journalism at Curtin University before working in Busselton, Dunsborough and Rockingham with West Regionals. She says the best part of her job is meeting eastern suburb residents and visiting the many attractions in the area.

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