Things of stone and wood | 11 Daisy Rise, Cowaramup

Things of stone and wood

House of the Week

4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR

  • Address: 11 Daisy Rise, Cowaramup
  • Price: Express 28 day sale - All offers presented by 5pm on Monday, October 26 (unless sold prior)
  • Agency: ACTON South West
  • Agent: Beth Sibon, 0418 937 438
  • Inspect: By appointment

Set in a private pocket of Parkwater Estate is this handcrafted home which could be called a work of art.

The property tells a thousand tales of the South West through all of the materials used, all manner of stone from different areas are utilised in the build, both structurally in the walls and to section off the kitchen, living and lounge rooms.

There are Donnybrook sandstone benchtops and amazing aggregate floors throughout the home.

Every environmental factor has been considered here to maximize warmth in winter and cool in summer.

North facing highlight windows shed light and warmth to the Southern side of the home which houses the huge master suite with walk-in robe and spacious ensuite.

There are also three queen-sized minor bedrooms all with double built-in robes, a palatial main bathroom which has just undergone a renovation, an office and a storeroom.

Both the office and the storeroom could be used as smaller bedrooms if desired.

In the middle of the home, there's a butler's pantry and a laundry room with a built-in fish tank, providing an amazing feature to the living room.

The kitchen is the central focus to the home and features an Esse stove of yesteryear which cooks the food, heats the home and also has a wetback connected to a 300L solar hot water system, which is booster assisted in the odd event that it's needed.

All of this sits on a massive 2380sqm block backing onto the rails to trails with paddocks beyond.

There are fruit trees aplenty, a chook run, hydroponics set up, great undercover North facing living area and a sea container shed to name but a few of the extras here.

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This story Things of stone and wood first appeared on Augusta-Margaret River Mail.