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Marina ambience an entertainer’s delight

Erick LopezThe West Australian
39 Tidewater Way, Ascot.
Camera Icon39 Tidewater Way, Ascot. Credit: ACTON Dalkeith.

A waterfront property perfectly placed at Ascot Waters Marina, a short walk away from Ascot Racecourse and draped in jaw-dropping luxury, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home on a mere 306sqm block is packed to the brim with features.

Sitting pretty at Ascot Waters Marina, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom abode is dripping in luxury.
Camera IconSitting pretty at Ascot Waters Marina, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom abode is dripping in luxury. Credit: ACTON Dalkeith.

Every corner of the home brings its own surprise, ensuring there is never a dull moment for residents or their guests.

Tightly and ingeniously built to maximise the space, the home is designed over three levels.

A complex design, yet still easy on the eye, the front entrance is located on Tidewater Way.

Upon entering, it is evident that the home has been designed to emphasise the waterfront view, with its spacious living spaces positioned towards the water-end of the home.

The built-in fish tank adds a unique touch to the home.
Camera IconThe built-in fish tank adds a unique touch to the home. Credit: ACTON Dalkeith.

Make your way past the laundry, one of the minor bedrooms and a built-in fish tank to the bright and spacious kitchen, living and dining area.

The kitchen exudes luxury with its blue cabinetry and speckled beige granite, topped off with feature downlighting to make the area pop.

“The designer kitchen is large and functional,” ACTON Dalkeith Sales Executive Scott Ellwood said. “Its position in the home allows you to entertain guests but remain part of the action. Storage space in the kitchen is plentiful.”

The living area features a recessed TV area and built-in fireplace.
Camera IconThe living area features a recessed TV area and built-in fireplace. Credit: ACTON Dalkeith.

The living area next to the kitchen is another great area for entertaining guests, or to simply kickback and relax in front of the recessed TV area and built-in fireplace.

“The internal layout has been designed as a home for living. There are carefully planned living spaces on both the ground level and level one,” Mr Ellwood said.

“The home can easily cater for a gathering or party with 50 people in comfort, all while overlooking the Swan River.”

The astroturfed alfresco area is low-maintenance and overlooks the marina.
Camera IconThe astroturfed alfresco area is low-maintenance and overlooks the marina. Credit: ACTON Dalkeith.

An extra-wide sliding door leads out to the astroturfed alfresco area to let plenty of cool breeze into the property and create an exquisitely tranquil space to enjoy the marina ambience – the ideal spot to host any gathering or birthday, covered and protected against wind, rain or hot summer days.

“Both the interior and exterior demonstrates modern styling with an architectural edge,” Mr Ellwood said.

“The roofline provides interesting angles and pitch, which makes this home a standout.”

If that was not impressive enough, step downstairs into the hotel-worthy pool area fitted with elegant water features to enjoy while taking a dip in the warmer weather.

“It’s not often that you find a property that has the potential to park your boat directly out the front of your house, walk to it from your front gate and go boating on the Swan River,” Mr Ellwood said.

The whole man-floor boasts its own custom bar and lounge area for a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the home.
Camera IconThe whole man-floor boasts its own custom bar and lounge area for a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the home. Credit: ACTON Dalkeith

Everyone has heard of the man-cave, however a whole man-floor is not something you come across often. With a fully equipped custom bar next to a projected lounge area for a magical movie night, this area leads out to a balcony for an even better view of the marina and beyond.

If downstairs is perfect for summer events, upstairs is made for a sophisticated winter’s night in.

Level two of the property has the remaining bedrooms, two massive bathrooms and a large entertaining balcony with a custom-built bar and a unique theatre room, which has amazing views into the marina.

This opens onto the spacious balcony that is perfect for sipping cocktails and watching the dolphins swim through the marina.

The top floor contains a large, open, carpeted area with endless possibilities as to what to turn the space into, whether it’s a home office, gym or combination of the two.

The three bedrooms in the home are incredibly spacious while the bathrooms, especially the master ensuite, contain luxury that would rival any five-star hotel.

“Living the dream is easy here, with the relaxing water and park views and watching the boats in the small marina,” Mr Ellwood said.

“The marina is literally on your doorstep and offers so many lifestyle options, including kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, fishing and birdwatching.

“The home is located in a private and secure estate that is a short drive to some of the best parts of Perth, including the CBD, Crown Perth and Optus Stadium.

“Walk to the races at Ascot Racecourse or take a morning bush walk around Kuljak Island, which is literally in your backyard and is a thriving nature sanctuary.”

39 Tidewater Way, Ascot

Beds: 3

Baths: 3

Price: Offers

Agent: ACTON Dalkeith

Contact: Scott Ellwood, 0417 188 147

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