44 Hislop Road, ATTADALE WA 6156
The Bold And The Beautiful!
THIS amazing Hislop Road, Attadale home has plenty of Beverly Hill panache, and Hollywood style, a little bit of Melbourne’s Toorak, and a dash of Italian palazzo, in an eclectic mix that reflects the owners’ international travels.
The exterior’s black brick walls and series of gothic-arch windows are a nod to Melbourne, London and Edinburgh, while inside is pure New York Hamptons, fresh and modern with cavernous light-filled spaces and stylish modern fittings.
The massive black timber front door pivots gently to reveal a sweep of engineered white-washed oak floors that are practical and beautiful, and an enormous lounge/living room, dominated by a towering, timber bookcase, painted the home’s signature black to contrast with its crisp white walls. Bifold doors on the south side open onto a small walled courtyard, carpeted in artificial turf which is perfect for the owners’ young son to safely crawl on.
On the north side more bifolds lead to a stunning semi-enclosed alfresco area, complete with a sassy timber chandelier and a built-in-barbeque kitchen with a sink and fridge. Nearby is a swathe of real grass for older kids to play on.
This is a home designed for entertaining and formal dining is a breeze in the huge kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is a chef’s delight with a huge island bench for preparation and serving and plenty more marble-look tiled bench space flanking the deep, porcelain double sink. There’s masses of storage, including a floor-to-ceiling pull-out pantry.
Three of the four bedrooms, and a bathroom, are downstairs, each with built-in-robes. Stunning concrete-look, glass and chrome stairs lead to the second level parents retreat, a majestic space redolent of a luxury resort, with a wall of glass, and massive arched windows. The twin robes of the dressing room form a corridor to the en suite, a vast and opulent space where the taps are gold and the double vanity and walls marble.
This stunning home is a two minute walk from the Attadale river foreshore, and Point Walter is just up the road.
There are shops and cafes nearby, and it’s a 5 minute drive to Garden City, while Perth and Fremantle are not much further.
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