A property that leaves no stone unturned, this Cottesloe abode is one of a kind.
Sitting on a massive 1578sqm block, the stunning home is substantial in every way, with picturesque views of Cottesloe and out towards Rottnest Island, and everything you could ever need right at your fingertips.
“This is unmistakably a family home, whether it’s a first generation or for grandparents with a tribe of grandchildren to accommodate at significant times such as Christmas, engagements, 21st birthdays or family weddings,” Edison McGrath Director Simon McGrath said.
“It can swallow a huge crowd and entertain everyone with its pool, pool house, full-sized tennis court and deep balconies.
“Imagine the family tennis tournament with the commentary from the balcony, quick dips in the pool to cool off and long barbecues at the end of the day.
“Very few homes boast a full-sized tennis court and a gallery to watch the match from.”
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom property’s luxury and opulence is apparent from the outset. As you drive through the gate, the limestone wall surrounding the pool juxtaposes against the green tennis court as the full extent of this commanding home comes into the view.
The massive wraparound balcony and verandah adds a certain Cottesloe charm, and is perfect for having friends over with stunning views as the backdrop.
On entering the abode, a grand staircase bathed in the light from a double-storey stained glass window takes pride of place, hinting at the scale of the three-storey home.
“With 1578sqm, there’s just so much room to indulge any whimsy or hobby,” Mr McGrath said. “Reading books on the couch takes on a whole new meaning when you can glance up to see the approaching storms coming across the Indian Ocean, and inviting family and friends over for the Sunday sundowner tennis tournament can live on to become a family ritual and tradition.
“No-one misses out in this home – even the avid gardener has an orchard and garden to tend to.
“I’m a confirmed petrol head and to have two garages and the ability to easily store six cars, surfboards, bicycles and my workbench would be a dream come true.”
The first floor is built for a family to enjoy one another’s company, with an expansive formal living room contrasting with an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area which comes fitted with a scullery and laundry.
The second floor comprises the five bedrooms, including the master bedroom with a walk-in robe and ensuite, with the other bedrooms sharing a bathroom.
“In the Cottesloe precinct there are only three lots with a larger footprint than 103 Grant Street,” Mr McGrath said.
“The lot is zoned R20 and, with the buyer’s own due diligence, there could be subdivision potential utilising a generous frontage to Grant Street of 39.59m.”
103 Grant Street, Cottesloe
Price: For sale by Openn Negotiation
Agent: Edison McGrath
Contact: Simon McGrath, 0418 918 678