Bali in the bush
Those taking a stroll through this property could be forgiven for forgetting they’re in Sawyers Valley and not amongst the serene surrounds of Bali.
Located amongst vistas of rolling green hills and valleys, the two-hectare property embraces a contemporary Balinese design with feature volcanic rock and authentic Indonesian sandstone carving.
According to The Agency Perth Property Partner Shane Schofield, a family who enjoys a slower-paced lifestyle and large open spaces would feel the most at home on this property.
“A large family would enjoy living here, as there are lots of bedrooms that are extra-sized and multiple living zones,” he said. “Extended family could fit in here too, as it is such a large property, plus you are nearly self-sufficient as it has its own huge rainwater tank and solar panels on the roof, so the power bills are quite low.”
With a floor plan that suits the needs of a growing family, the luxurious yet comfortable residence showcases five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Once inside, the light-filled gallery-style hallway leads to the master bedroom tucked away from the busiest areas of the home. Bali meets Hamptons here, with lush mocha carpets, private plantation shutters and feature pendant lighting.
In true retreat fashion, the master suite leads out to a private deck and overlooks a large koi pond.
The luxurious details don’t stop there, a designer ensuite ensures you can carry out your ablutions in style with floor-to-ceiling Italian travertine, a rain shower and a floating double vanity.
Elsewhere in the home, the custom games room and home theatre allows everyone to unleash their inner big kid.
Featuring reclaimed jarrah floorboards from an old church and a soaring 3.6m barrel vaulted ceiling, the games room is sure to be the heart of the home.
Gather friends and family and clink glasses around the industrial-style bar on one side of the room, while a full-sized cinema sits proudly on the other – concealed behind velvet drapes.
Dubbed DeJa View, the home cinema has starlight fibre optic lighting, glow in the dark plush carpet and optional Atmos audiovisual technology, adding the perfect ambience to every cinematic experience.
Leading on from the games room, every member of the household can prepare their breakfast along the South West marri benchtop in the kitchen, with luxury features such as an Asko dishwater, double ovens and a French door refrigerator adding to its grandeur.
But don’t forget about fresh eggs from your very own chickens – head out the laundry door and visit the Cluckingham Palace chicken coop in the fully fenced paddock.
The Balinese design cues continue to the alfresco area, featuring two baton fans, a built-in barbecue and a resort-style plunge pool with a thatched-roof cabana.
Perfect for teenagers or guests, the converted train carriage at the rear of the property is quaint and fully powered, including a wall-mounted television and reverse-cycle air-conditioning.
Next to the carriage is a powered workshop – proving to be a tinker’s dream with three-phase power, a two-post car hoist and a mezzanine level to overlook the space.
“I love the large, expansive yard which is surrounded by gumtrees and a large selection of fruit trees and animals,” Mr Schofield said. “You feel like you’re down south on a farm, but you are only abut 20 minutes to Midland, 45 minutes to the city and the airport is only 30 minutes away.”
120 Osmond Glen, Sawyers Valley
Price: From $1.55 million
Agent: The Agency Perth
Contact: Shane Schofield, 0448 070 990
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