Claremont – Restored Artistry
34 Princess Rd, Nedlands WA.
Price: Low $3 Millions.
Architect Ben Croudace.
Green title block: 809 sqm.
This award winning Claremont family home has been renovated and extended with impeccable style and sophistication.
- An intricate wrought iron fence, turned cast iron veranda posts, a wide wrap around timber veranda and a dramatic entry door with coloured leadlight windows greets you, and is well known for its beautiful street scape.
- Great care has been taken to restore the circa 1898 home to its former glory, undergoing a major renovation in 2010/11 by Architect Ben Croudace.
- The original part of the home consists of a long and wide hallway. Three king size bedrooms (two of which have their own ensuites). A spacious TV room which opens out onto the decked alfresco entertaining area.
- The light filled designed addition harmoniously links the original part of the home with a modern extension.
- The extension encompasses an open plan dining, kitchen and family room.
- The kitchen has twin benches; one in French oak and the other in grey Caesarstone.
- A free standing Ilve stove, double sink, white drawers and cabinetry, a double door pantry/appliance cupboard and a concealed computer nook all are highlights.
- The dining space can accommodate a 10-12 seater table and has a concealed cupboard for wine storage.
- A family room is near the kitchen and overlooks the 17.5m lap pool and spa.
- Commercial grade sliding doors connect the kitchen to an undercover, decked entertaining area. An outdoor kitchen and separate zones for a dining table and outdoor lounges are included.
- The parents wing, on the second floor, is expansive. It offers a separate study, a king size bedroom with a walk in robe, a lounge area with Juliette balcony and a enormous ensuite bathroom with a double shower, double stone topped vanity and a separate toilet.
- Accompanying this stunning home is a lush, landscaped garden filled with a variety of mature trees.
- The home won the Town of Claremont Civic Design Awards in 2011 for the Conservation of a Timber Heritage Place and Garden Conservation or Creation of a Sympathetic Period Garden.
- Other highlights include:
- Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning with two motors.
- White timber plantation shutters.
- Ceiling fans.
- Shared bore and reticulated gardens.
- 17.5m gas heated, self cleaning lap pool and spa.
- Two solar hot water systems with gas booster.
- Photovoltaic solar panels.
- Gas fireplace in the family room.
- Garden shed.
- External storeroom.
- Garage: 2.
- Architect Ben Croudace and builder Brooks Construction.
Agency: Space Real Estate
Agent: Susan James
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