Amongst one of Shenton Park’s leafy, heritage-filled cul-de-sacs you’ll find this crisp, contemporary interpretation of a family cottage – with a striking monochromatic form and some extra hidden features that truly set it apart.
The sleek gabled façade makes an impact from approach, with a typically Scandi-style sense of restraint – both offset and enhanced by the cosy porch, as well as glimpses of classically Shenton Park rustic brick walls. Curled up with a cuppa under the warm glow of the lights, it’s giving hygge!
Continue through to the sweet, twinkling backyard and you’ll find the ultimate hygge-by-way-of-Perth accessory: an outdoor shower and clawfoot tub, a treat whether you’re soaking under the stars or rinsing off after summer mornings at the beach.
Enclosed by more rustic bricks, the undercover alfresco flows seamlessly to the stunning monochrome kitchen and open-plan living and dining area. If it’s too chilly to enjoy the alfresco, curl up next to that stylish fireplace or gather around the expansive island for evening wines.
While the kitchen may appear pared-back with its minimalist aesthetic, behind sleek black cabinetry you’ll find two side by side integrated fridge/freezers, double dish drawers and oodles of storage – not to mention double ovens and a dedicated coffee station complete with its own sink.
Also hidden behind that minimalist cabinetry? A secret door that leads to a rear wing of the home – including easy access to the double garage, a spacious primary bedroom suite, laundry, and a study or mudroom.
The home boasts four more bedrooms – at the front of the home, a large guest suite adjoins its own living area and kitchenette, while the third and fourth are linked by a charming “Narnia”-style robe.
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Photos courtesy of Crib Creative