House for sale
292 Kevill Road,
Margaret River, WA
4 2 3
Dress Circle IconInspired by the genius of legendary Australian architectural icon Glen Murcutt, architect Tim Morley defined the form of this unique home influenced by the magnificence of Margaret Rivers famous huge rolling waves and fabulously undulating hills that showcase the regions vineyards, forests and fields.
The location of this property is absolutely dress circle, situated on the most desirable section of the Margaret River between town and the beaches of Prevelly, Gnarabup and Surfers Point.
Its north facing slopes overlook the river valley, and whilst there is a significant body of vines segregating the home from the olive lined entry statement above, there is a substantial opportunity for the inclusion of any combination of fruit trees or creative landscaping that you may desire.
The home itself is overwhelmed by uninterrupted valley views which can be indulged in from several different vantage points.
Whilst enjoying a glass of fine local wine from the considerable, elevated half-moon deck, it is impossible to avoid the eye being drawn towards the valley, and the entire central living area features large windows which invite more of the same.
There is also a lovely undercover outdoor living space adjacent to the kitchen, a protected veranda surrounded by garden at the rear of the home, and a particularly charming gabled, stone walled alfresco dining area which is clearly influenced by the owners passion for the Italian lifestyle experience.
The home is comprised of 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a lounge room separating the master suite from the minor rooms - although it is the living space around the kitchen, which also features a slow combustion heater, which forms the centrepiece of this wonderful home.
Adjacent to the main home is a sizable structure which features 4 rooms, all of which could be used for further accommodation, games rooms, office space, or in fact any number of purposes.
Inspections by appointment only.
Last updated: 02:01PM on Jul 4th 2017