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Zones to live and grow

A double-storey home offering plenty of room to work, relax and play, 25 Edmiston Way’s clever use of zoned living and its proximity to schools and public transport make it a great place for a family to grow.

A grand home with well-maintained gardens and eaves over the streetfacing windows, 25 Edmiston opens with a foyer, formal living and dining space and home office, before opening out to an open-plan living quarter overlooking a beautiful sunken pool.

The living quarter incorporates a kitchen sure to please the family chef, with a large central island and heaps of bench space offering a four-burner cooktop, an oven with a grill and dishwasher.

The space flows through to the outdoor living area – a raised, covered zone for entertaining – and the aforementioned pool, which serves as a backyard centrepiece.

“Outside, the home has great scope for entertaining, with a large alfresco area ideally positioned overlooking the inviting swimming pool,” Harcourts Applecross Principal Eric Hartanto said.

“The home offers space and flexibility while at the same time being relatively easy to maintain.”

Also overlooking the swimming pool area is the home’s master suite, which sits to the rear of the ground floor and provides the perfect escape for parents, boasting high ceilings, spacious walkin robes and a tidy ensuite of its own.

The home’s remaining three bedrooms are upstairs. All include built-in robes and share a family bathroom with vanity, shower, bath and a separate toilet. Completing the upstairs level is a spacious sitting room, which offers a place to relax or play away from the home’s main living space.

Mr Hartanto said the home’s clever layout meant it was well suited to the needs of a growing family.

“Internally, its multiple living zones allow for family gatherings as well as enabling separate living between parents and children,” he said.

“Outside is ideal for year-round entertaining.”

The home is near to all the amenities a family could need, just streets from the supermarket, cafes and medical centre at Winthrop Village.

Winthrop Primary School sits at the bottom of the street next to Hill Park, and the home lies within the Applecross High School zone and minutes from Murdoch University and Fiona Stanley Hospital.

Sitting on a generous 703sqm block, and with easy access to public transport, Mr Hartanto said the home was a great opportunity to buy into an established area.

“This home presents outstanding value for double-storey homes in the area,” he said.

Contact Mr Hartanto to arrange a private viewing.

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