Award-winning home

THIS Mt Lawley new build won a Stirling council history and heritage award for respecting its historic environment.

It’s a stunning townhouse set over three levels with five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Quality features include lovely stained glass in the front door–which looks like it was created a century ago–beautiful marble benchtops in the kitchen and bathrooms, five-inch jarrah floorboards and just enough ceiling roses to avoid being a cliche.

Ornate recess

Recessed ceilings in the massive open plan add a touch of old world grandeur in an otherwise uber-modern space.

The spacious kitchen has a huge marble island and an integrated dishwasher.

The black Smeg cooker is a monster with two ovens and there’s a built-in-coffee machine nearby.

They contrast nicely with the white cupboards and drawers, including a set flanking the oven for spices.

Light floods in windows either side of the ornate recess for the oven, and there’s a butler’s pantry/laundry next door.

High brick walls ensure the al fresco courtyard is private and protected from the weather, and the built-in-barbeque kitchen makes it perfect for entertaining.

One of the bedrooms, with walk-in-robes and en suite, is on the ground floor, with three more on the second level, including the massive main.

The spacious en suite has two sets of marble-topped vanities  flanking a deep bath, and there are his-and-hers walk-in-robes.

A generous sitting room/theatre room and kitchenette add to the opulent feel.

The top level is a teenage or kids retreat with a bedroom, en suite and a huge play area under the eaves.

Situated on Wenberi Lane, there’s lots of shops, cafes and bars nearby on Beaufort Street.


17 Wenberi Lane, Mt Lawley
expressions of interest
Paul Owen
0411 601 420
Carlos Lehn
0478 927 017
Acton Mt Lawley
9272 2488

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