This Palladian-inspired masterpiece sits pretty in the Swan Valley, impressing all those who see it with its beauty and scale.
Villa Dionysus, as it is called, juxtaposes Australian nature and European luxury to create a blend of atmospheres.
“The home is nothing short of spectacular,” Ray White Dalkeith Claremont Sales Executive Emma Milner said.
“As well as buyers loving the unique qualities of this home and the quality of the finishes, the lifestyle that it offers is a strong selling point.
“This Italian palace is what you would expect to find in the western suburbs, however, it has the benefit of being on 6.9 acres and nestled within the Swan Valley.
“This property is one of a kind – there is nothing else like it.”
The home was originally built in the 1970s but has recently undergone extensive renovations to create a luxurious multi-generational family home.
“It has the potential and space to have world-class equestrian facilities established and its multiple living wings auger well for extended and large families, or even retirees who want to have room for grandchildren and create a weekend escape for their family,” Ms Milner said.
“Imagine the playground you could build in the front yard. This could be a full-time residence or a weekend getaway.”
The multi-storey home’s unique square design is anchored around a central kidney shaped pool that screams European-style living, flanked by Venetian marble dust rendering and undercover poolside terraces adorned with domes and archways.
“Welcomed by Sphynxes at the large entry gates, this home appears to be a Venetian villa but is surrounded by beautiful kangaroos,” Ms Milner said.
“The home boasts a large main residence, pool/guest house, resort-style facilities, a pool area and an incredible outdoor colonnade for entertaining, complete with a fireplace.
“There is also a dedicated catering/barbecue room for catering for large parties.”
The second heart of the home is the kitchen, kitted out with Gaggenau appliances designed for those who love to cook.
Two kitchen islands, custom appliances and a scullery with plenty of storage make meal preparation a breeze.
“The inspiration was to replicate the neo-classical architectural features of the 18th century villa estates of Venice and Lake Como,” Ms Milner said.
“And it’s exactly that, with the additional benefit of an ultra-modern kitchen and facilities.”
The villa is surrounded by two acres of gardens and five acres of flat, undeveloped land that is ready for the grand plans of a new owner.
The home’s scale lends it to a multitude of small luxurious touches that elevate it above a normal property, with French walnut timber flooring, Statuario Venato and Statuario Nero marble throughout, American oak cupboards and Gingin quartz balustrading.
6891 West Swan Road, West Swan
Price: All offers by 5pm December 9
Agent: Ray White Dalkeith Claremont
Contact: Emma Milner, 0421 213 000