WA

Parkerville

295 Kuramun Place

Price Guide: Buy
from $899,000
Bedrooms:
5
Bathrooms:
2
Car Spaces:
2

HOME OPEN SUNDAY 17TH OCTOBER 1.00PM - 1.30PM
Have you ever thought how great it would be to have an Echidna? An Owl? Chickens?
Well it’s all here, minus the chickens (there is a chicken coop though) on 20,700m2 or 2.07 hectares just a short drive (45 mins) from Perth City.
This 2 storey family home has large wrap around bullnose verandahs and a magnificent expansive balcony to take in the gorgeous birdlife and serenity that this exceptional property delivers. I say property as not only will the fortunate purchaser be living in an exceptionally functional home, they will also enjoy a lifestyle very few, this close to Perth will ever experience – country bliss just a short drive from the hustle & bustle of city life.

Built in the early 1990’s and a then entrant in the Home of The Year, this A framed, passive solar designed family home is impossible to see from the road, so you will need to personally view it as the home is by design, nestled to the rear of the property, away from neighbours and prying eyes and to capture the perfect Northern orientation. Oh, the serenity of it all.

Designed to make the most of winter sun, the Dormer windows in the living areas are positioned approximately 12 degrees off true North to warm the home. Supported by tall jarrah posts, the bullnose verandahs on the west and south sides shade the home from the summer sun. This clever design providing comfort all year round with the added bonus of saving on your energy bills.

On the ground level at the rear of the home is the open plan living and large meals area with a slow combustion fire, a country kitchen with gas and wood cooking. To the front of the home is the study, 2 minor bedrooms that have connecting doors, providing flexibility on how these rooms could be utilised, a bathroom, plenty of storage, and a spacious laundry.

The upper level provides space for everyone. The massive master bedroom has a huge walk-in robe and french doors opening to the timber decked balcony. The family room has soaring ceilings, and a triangular window to again capture the gorgeous winter sun in the North. The 2 double bedrooms and bathroom balance the home beautifully. The builder, in close consultation with the owners were very aware of the time family members would hang out on the expansive balcony, soaking up the serenity of the outlook, so assess is also from the hallway.

Jarrah is used extensively throughout the home, from the solid jarrah kitchen, architraves and poles used on the bullnose verandahs.

Water on the property is provided from the 200,000 gallon water tank with a high quality Grundifos water pump.

Year round water supply is provided by your very own bore also with a Grundifos water pump.

The property comprises 20,700 square metres or 2.07 hectares or the old measurement, over 5 acres, with pleasant views across the surrounding countryside. There are 4 orchards - citrus (lemon, lime, orange and grapefruit trees), olives, plus several other varieties. The property is fully fenced and has gum trees over 100 feet in height throughout. The understory has habitat logs for native animals. The property has been established over time to create a bird sanctuary - native bushes, trees and ground covers planted over time to attract and provide food and habitat for native birds. There are resident owls annually and a resident echidna

There is a shed with old railway carriage for storage and oodles of room for a large shed.

This is one of those rare properties where you can change your life. Call Cam Greig for further information on 0411 888 891.

Property Type
Residential
Property Category
AcreageSemi-rural
Land Size
20700 Sqm
Year Built
1993

Sunday 17 Oct 2021
01:00PM to 01:30PM

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