Views are nothing short of spectacular

Nestled amongst the treetops, this commodious Perth Hills abode offers the very best of luxury living.

Aptly named Stonewall, the home sits on 4.49 hectares of desirable hillside land in Darlington.

“It is one of only three properties on such a large landholding on the Darling Scarp,” The Agency Perth Property Partner Patrick Harper said.

“The home enjoys uninterrupted 270-degree views of Perth city, the valley, and hillside and coastal plains.”

The home enjoys uninterrupted 270-degree views of Perth city, the valley, and hillside and coastal plain.
Camera IconThe home enjoys uninterrupted 270-degree views of Perth city, the valley, and hillside and coastal plain. Credit: Anthony Tran.

Decking and tranquil ponds offer a relaxing walkway to the feature front door, where you can catch a glimpse of the home through large windows surrounding the entrance.

Be impressed with the level of detail this home showcases from the minute you enter, with materials used in connection with the location.

“The custom design utilises elements of the natural landscape to integrate the home with the environment,” Mr Harper said.

“The extensive use of stone and timber grounds this spectacular home.”

The custom design utilises elements of the natural landscape to integrate the home with the environment.
Camera IconThe custom design utilises elements of the natural landscape to integrate the home with the environment. Credit: Anthony Tran.

Situated off the entry, the main bedroom takes full advantage of the exquisite views and boasts access to a private patio seating area and an oversized dressing room.

Floor-to-ceiling tiling, a freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, a double vanity and a separate toilet form a deluxe bathroom to soak and pamper in.

A second bedroom has exterior access and a built-in robe, and is serviced by the main bathroom.

A separate wing is home to the remaining two bedrooms, with bedroom three featuring a built-in robe, an ensuite and verandah access, as well as a large laundry and powder room.

A freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, a double vanity and a separate toilet form a deluxe bathroom to soak and pamper in.
Camera IconA freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, a double vanity and a separate toilet form a deluxe bathroom to soak and pamper in. Credit: Anthony Tran.

Ideal for a guest suite, the fourth bedroom has a private entrance through a study and is equipped with an ensuite, a built-in robe and verandah access.

Moving to the open-plan living space, stacking and sliding doors allow the beauty of the hills to make its presence known while a timber-lined ceiling and a granite open fireplace – the only structure to be retained from the original 1950s build – provides added comfort.

“With doors from almost every room, you can access the entertaining space and seamlessly integrate the inside and out,” Mr Harper said.

The adjacent games room also provides space for endless hours of entertainment and features an indoor/outdoor fireplace and alfresco access.

The ultra-modern kitchen comes with quality finishes and appliances, including Carrara marble benchtops, an induction cooktop, three ovens and a teppanyaki hotplate. It also opens out to the alfresco, so it can be fully integrated with the outdoors.

The extensive wraparound merbau deck verandah is where the vistas are best enjoyed and, with a separate conversation area, you can choose a different spot each day to take in the outlook.

A staircase leads down to a manicured lawn area where a solar heated pool and a pool house with a kitchen and a separate bathroom resides.

The property boasts a full-sized, flood-lit, synthetic grass tennis court.
Camera IconThe property boasts a full-sized, flood-lit, synthetic grass tennis court. Credit: Anthony Tran.

For those who like to practise their serves, a full-sized, flood-lit, synthetic grass tennis court is on hand.

Mr Harper said this hideaway offered resort-style living of the highest calibre.

“The property is surrounded by natural flora and fauna, walking trails and, of course, the most spectacular views,” he said.

“The panoramic views are there to be enjoyed from almost every aspect of the home and the sunsets are world class.”

Stonewall is within walking distance of Darlington village and is just a 30-minute drive to the Perth CBD.

1565 Glen Road, Darlington

Beds:4

Baths: 4

Price: Contact agent

Agent: The Agency Perth

Contact: Patrick Harper, 0413 440 107

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