Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes
Amazing two-storey single family residence designed by Residential Attitudes located in Bicton, Perth, Australia.
Description by Residential Attitudes
This custom designed home is on a 557sqm narrow block measuring just 11.8m across and with a slope of 2.5m from front to rear. Yet again, our team has exceeded expectations with a design that is not only refined for the individual, but makes the most of its setting, resulting in a distinctively unique home that capitalises on views whilst accomplishing that vital blend of flair and functionality.
On entering the expansive foyer, you’ll immediately be impressed by the volume of space, light and luxury, featuring full height windows surrounding a central zen court with water feature. Upstairs are expansive river views from the open plan living area. A beautifully appointed kitchen includes stone waterfall edge island bench and white gloss soft closing cabinetry and glass splashback.
A large balcony with alfresco kitchen is accessed via bi-fold doors. Double doors lead off the living room into a cosy home theatre, while to the front of the home is the luxurious master suite and beautifully appointed hotel style ensuite, both boasting direct access to a private balcony.
Downstairs, you’ll discover the home office, luxuriously appointed laundry and entertaining room or home gymnasium. Sliding doors lead to the lower level cedar-lined alfresco area, overlooking the impossibly perfect pool. Two double size bedrooms, one with pool views, share another luxury ensuite, completing the home’s perfect mix of grandeur, flair and impressive functionality.
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