Strike a pose

LOOKING like it could be from the pages of Vogue, this Bayswater home was co-designed and built by the owner.

With only 250sqm to play with he ensured there was no dead space in this three-bedroom house on Slade Street.

In the spacious kitchen there’s lovely Calcatta stone benchtops, which contrast elegantly with black-fronted cupboards, drawers and a tiled splash-back. There’s also a walk-in-pantry.

Stunning space

Conserving more space, a stone island bench can be used as a dining table for up to six adults.

There is huge glass windows in the lounge area, which has access to a small, private courtyard with high walls.

The tinkling water feature in the alfresco is a soothing addition to the raised garden beds filled with beautiful cacti.

The main bedroom is on the ground-floor; a stunning space with a raw-brick feature wall.

Perhaps not for the faint hearted or chronically shy, non-frosted glass separates the en suite shower from the bedroom.

Being an open-minded Freo girl I thought it was all good, but some of the men in the office said they wanted their privates to remain, well, private.

The marble-look vanity is tucked around the corner, and the loo is the smallest room in the house.

The rest of the bedrooms are on the second level, where a huge sitting room with kitchenette and picture windows has views of the leafy streets.

The bathroom is as gorgeous as the en suite with a deep, egg-shaped bath and matching sink in the vanity.

Making the most of available space, there’s a study nook in the hall, which leads to the bedrooms.

Bayswater Village is pretty much on your doorstep and the Eighth Avenue strip is a short drive away.

12A Slade St, Bayswater.
mid $700,000s
Carlos Lehn 0478 927 017
Paul Owen 0411 601 420
Acton Mt Lawley | 9272 2488

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