Ventura Homes has combined resort-style living with rural comfort in its award-winning homestead display, The Yallingup Retreat.
The sweeping abode features four bedrooms and two bathrooms, with luxurious offerings on display throughout, from the 300-bottle built-in wine cellar to the black freestanding bathtub in the master suite.
Ventura Homes Sales and Marketing Manager Mark D’Silva said the home was a far cry from the common farmhouse, and was adaptable to all kinds of blocks and areas.
“This home is for those people who want to stand out and don’t mind being the talk of the neighbourhood,” he said.
“The elevation is stunning and looks like it could easily be a standout property in the western suburbs.”
As is tradition with homesteads, the sweeping open-plan kitchen, dining and living area forms the central hub of the home and extends to the alfresco to take the party outside.
“The designer kitchen is centred around a large island bench facing out to the expansive living and dining,” Mr D’Silva said.
“This stunning area is amplified by the high ceilings and highlight windows, allowing light to flood into the room.”
The Yallingup Retreat kitchen is one of the largest in the Ventura Homes range, offering a selection of features to impress the at-home chef.
“The integrated fridge, hidden pantry and abundance of workspace with double 900mm European under-bench ovens will have you cooking like a professional,” Mr D’Silva said.
“The scullery and walk-in pantry are generous and create a clever area for storage and preparation.”
The home is perfectly suited to family living, with a floor plan that allows privacy between the parents’ retreat and the children’s wing.
The master suite is a luxurious offering with its sweeping size and features.
“The master suite is the envy of all others, with a generous walk-in robe fitted out to hold more than 100 pairs of shoes,” Mr D’Silva said.
“The luxurious ensuite with a black freestanding bathtub makes the whole master suite feel like you are in luxury hotel on the other side of the world.”
Positioned on the other side of the open-plan living space is the children’s wing, which features an activity space and three sizeable bedrooms for peace and privacy away from the central zones.
“The grand nature of the illustrious home lends itself to being the perfect design for families of all sizes,” Mr D’Silva said.
The inviting media room offers another space to retreat to, or could be used as the ultimate man cave for dad.
“From the entrance of the room there is a stunning dark barn door that slides open into a sunken room with plush carpets,” Mr D’Silva said.
“The use of dark laminates, marble and textured wallpaper with perfect mood lighting makes this a room you will not want to leave in a hurry.”
The luxurious farmstead is designed to suit a 30m frontage and offers a grand 325sqm of living space.
A 15m frontage is also available.
The Yallingup Retreat is open for viewing Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm, Saturdays and public holidays from 1-5pm and Sundays from 12-5pm.