For buyers wanting a picturesque getaway home located in a down south favourite, 50 Cherry Hills Circle, Dunsborough ticks all the boxes.
Overlooking a serene lake bordering the Dunsborough Lakes Golf Club, this 662sqm property prioritises tranquility and comfort in both the design and layout.
Enter through an 18th century front door sourced from Brittany, France and head down a 2m-wide hallway laden with polished concrete.
Among the high ceiling rooms, chic lighting fixtures and gleaming surfaces are tastefully punctured by a collection of charming, old and international fixtures, including several French light fittings, a French cabinet, a carved wooden bedroom piece from India, sleepers from the Busselton railway line and locally sourced and hand-crafted fireplace stone.
Subtle rustic features bring a warm, earthy atmosphere to the space and blends beautifully with the glossy surfaces and modern fixtures in the home.
Four bedrooms and two bathrooms make the space fit for a family, along with convenient features such as a breakfast nook, a scullery and laundry, an office with a skylight and a double garage with a shopper’s entrance.
Owner Jacquie McPhee described the home, built in 2014, as eclectic with influences from Italy, northern Africa and France.
“I love walking through the front door with the welcoming, wide entrance and looking across the lake,” she said.
“The paper barks and eucalyptus trees attract myriad birdlife, and there are no other houses seen from this view.”
Edison McGrath Sales Consultant Danielle Diffen said the large gourmet kitchen was built with ample storage throughout, a wide oven, a gas cooktop, an integrated dishwasher, a built-in microwave, soft-close drawers, spring-loaded overhead cupboards and custom-made Caesarstone benchtops.
Also impressive are the stylish bathrooms with a freestanding bath and large showers.
The master bedroom is large and welcoming, with a generously sized walk-in robe and an adjacent private outdoor area.
Ms Diffen said one of the home’s most notable features was the backyard, which stretched onto a beautiful, serene lake.
“You can sit out on the spacious alfresco and enjoy the holiday vibe and serenity of the lake, leaving the worries of the world a million miles away,” she said.
“The current owner, enjoys all her meals in the summertime in this peaceful space.”
Tucked away on a block next to a public open space, the property is situated on a quiet street in one of the South West’s most popular coastal destinations.
The Dunsborough sanctuary is a short distance from stunning Dunn Bay, Centennial Park and Dunsborough Beach, while also close to schools, cafes, bakeries and reserves.
50 Cherry Hills Circle, Dunsborough
Price: All offers presented
Agent: Edison McGrath
Contact: Danielle Diffen, 0412 176 047