Perth property: Fremantle house provides eco-friendly family dwelling

Perth real estate: Fremantle home offers eco-friendly family living

WHEN Yannick and also Georgia Spencer embraced a Border Collie pup a couple of decades back, their former warehouse flat at Fremantle’s west wind no more established a fantastic fit.

“We wanted something with its own garden and near open green spaces, at which we can have a happy pup and start to consider starting a family,” he explained.

In 2016they found what they were searching for at the house, in a set of four created by Officer Woods Architects that supplied modern urban living large on luxurious relaxation and sustainable capabilities.

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An striking outside of sheeting is part of this eco-industrial layout, which proceeds within the port city home using glistening polished concrete flooring and limestone-hued diatomaceous earth walls made from recycled materials in the high-street cottage formerly on the website.

The 325sq m land also includes solar panels, either a septic tank also utilizes greywater throughout the gardens.

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A victory of minimalist design, the house’s open-plan living, kitchen and dining space takes centrestage beneath a emptiness and clogs out to the principal courtyard garden through glass sliding doors.

“Since it is so open and light, it is a wonderful spot to entertain friends and also a wonderful place to unwind and allow the children do their own items but still keep track of these,” Mr Spencer said.

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Stone and stainless steel benchtops, Bosch appliances along with a hidden dishwasher are in the end of this kitchen.

A master bedroom is well separated by the 2 minors near a magnificent white bathroom having mirrored tiles, glass bath screen and floating ceramic pouch.

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The dual garage comprises a wine cellar and may readily be converted into a home office.

“The home satisfies little children quite well as it is self indulgent, has a backyard and does not have measures,” Mr Spencer said.

He explained a few of the amazing things about the region was that the proximity to parks and also effortless stroll into Fremantle city.

“Booyeembara Park is only 400m up the street and is a wonderful spot to take the women and our puppy for a walk or to go jogging on the paths which go through the golf program,” Mr Spencer said.

“Stevens Reserve is 400m at another direction and can be a wonderful dog-friendly oblong with amazing Norfolk Island pines.

“Then it is only a 15-moment or so wander down Stevens Street to get in the middle of Fremantle.

“We actually enjoy the liberty to walknot park, and also be in a position to enjoy what Fremantle offers, such as South Fremantle Beach.

“We are very unhappy to be leaving”

58C Stevens Street, Fremantle

From $925,000

Bedrooms: 3

Baths: 2

Toilet: two

Agency: Caporn Young Estate Agents

Contact: Michael Harries on 0434 076 229 or Connie Handcock on 0411 115 147

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