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Bushland retreat boasts old-world elegance

Relax in your own patch of country paradise at 124 Lights Road, a picturesque property on Western Australia’s South West coast.

Set across an enviable 2.14 hectares, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home boasts open-plan living, a games room and an office, all complemented by a handyman’s workshop kitted out with a toilet and kitchen.

Set on a picturesque property in the South West, this country home is the perfect retreat.
Camera IconSet on a picturesque property in the South West, this country home is the perfect retreat. Credit: Ray White Denmark.

Though a modern 2004 build, the home winds the clock back to Federation in style and blends a traditional aesthetic with high-end, polished finishes.

The spacious open-plan meals area impresses with deep mahogany and cream tones, contributing to a warm and cosy atmosphere.

The kitchen prioritises storage and space, with integrated appliances, plenty of cabinetry, a sizeable countertop and natural light flooding in from sky windows.

In the bathroom, vibrant brown and bottle-green features pop against an off-white backdrop, including the impressive wooden vanity, mirror frame and charming green bath with gold accents.

Wood and vibrant pops of green make up the Federation-style bathroom, transporting you back in time.
Camera IconWood and vibrant pops of green make up the Federation-style bathroom, transporting you back in time. Credit: Ray White Denmark.

Ray White Denmark Principal Kim Barrow said the country haven was a family home with a variety of interesting features.

“The home has leadlight windows, jarrah floorboards and its own private lake,” he said.

“The kitchen comes with a Miele dishwasher and Neff oven with a gas cooktop, and the bathroom features an interesting claw-foot bath.

“There’s a huge walk-in robe accompanying the main bedroom, built-in robes in the minor bedrooms and woodfired, ducted heat to these rooms.

“Personally, my favourite room would have to be the games room, which has a billiards table.”

The expertly crafted home features a convenient double garage with automatic doors and is capable of tolerating a variety of climate conditions, with a 2.2-kilowatt bore that produces 160L per minute.

The property features two water tanks that can hold 135,000L and buyers can save on power bills thanks to the sanctuary’s 16 solar panels.

Rolling manicured gardens surround the property, as does enchanting jarrah and redgum bushland.

Nestled in the beloved coastal town of Denmark, residents are also lucky enough to hear crashing waves and see beautiful ocean views.

124 Lights Road, Denmark

Beds: 3

Baths: 2

Price: $1.35 million

Agent: Ray White Denmark

Contact: Kim Barrow, 0427 481 498

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