A landmark multi-generational house, which seamlessly blends old world charm with modern luxury, is attracting strong interest in the few days since it has hit the market.
The custom build at 22 Storthes Street in Mount Lawley in Perth’s inner-north, was completed in 2012 and features six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a 12-car garage, spanning a whopping 285 sqm.
The grand home is a custom-built Federation recreation completed a decade ago. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Selling agent Olivia Porteous from William Porteous Properties International said the vendors have decided to sell the wonderful family home, which they built from scratch, as their children had left home and it was time to downsize.
“It would suit anyone looking for an incredibly well-built home in a great location,” Ms Porteous said.
The home’s interior design and styling is opulent with old world charm. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
“Maybe someone who has looked at building but now understands how complex and expensive that currently is.
“It would suit a family with children, a larger family, or just a couple who have a car collection and want space and quality.”
The generous proportions offer plenty of room for a large family to grow. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The multi-level home is located in one of Mt Lawley’s most prestigious addresses and its elevated positioning offers panoramic views of the Perth CBD, Optus Stadium, and Darling Scarp.
The home has a price guide of ‘from high $5 million’ and Ms Porteous said it has been priced significantly under replacement value.
The elevated position, on Mt Lawley’s best street, offers spectacular vistas. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The size of the home, the extraordinarily large and beautifully fitted out under croft garage, complete with pit, set the residence apart from others in the suburb, she said.
“The owner collects cars and also has four children who have their own cars,” she said.
“It is the largest and most beautifully fitted out garage I have ever had the fortune to sell – and that is in 20 years of selling real estate.”
One of its many features is the enormous garage. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Built by Perth builder Mark Mulvay from Mulvay Homes, the home features Federation Queen Anne tuck-pointing to the facade, a home cinema, a climate-controlled wine cellar, and a large home office.
There is also an elevator, an outdoor kitchen, ornate ceiling roses, a formal living room, as well as CCTV and security system and video entry.
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