Park and reside

Madelin HayesThe West Australian
37 Kinkuna Way, City Beach .
Camera Icon37 Kinkuna Way, City Beach . Credit: Ray White Dalkeith Claremont.

Start your day with an infinite turquoise outlook at 37 Kinkuna Way, a home that captures unparalleled ocean and parkland views of City Beach.

With endless seaside vibrancy, Ray White Dalkeith Claremont Sales Executive Emma Milner said the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home would suit a family buyer or anyone driven by City Beach views.

“It is the perfect family home,” she said. “There is great separation between parents and children due to the split-level living.

“It is such a rare location in City Beach, with the entire western and southern border of the home positioned on a park.”

Make your way up the intricate brick path, past manicured cottage gardens and rustic limestone walls, to enter the home via wrought iron inlay double doors.

The grand receiving foyer impresses immediately with terracotta-style tiling, a striking staircase with a wrought iron and timber balustrade and plenty of natural light flowing freely through vast windows.

“The design is really unique, it is nowhere near a cookie-cutter home,” Ms Milner said.

Every single room of the home maximises the view.
Camera IconEvery single room of the home maximises the view. Credit: Supplied.

“When you walk in, there is a massive two-storey void, which gives an amazing sense of space inside the house.”

With an atypical, upside-down layout, the ground level includes all minor bedrooms, a spacious living area, a laundry and a family bathroom.

“All the bedrooms are big and illuminated due to the floor-to-ceiling glass,” Ms Milner said.

“Every single room of the home maximises the view.”

To service the minor bedrooms and any guests that stop by, the family bathroom is fully tiled and features a frameless shower, a solid timber vanity and a separate water closet.

“The open-plan layout is the winner of the house – with vaulted, cathedral-style ceilings, the sense of space of breathtaking,” Ms Milner said.

Hosting every quality appliance necessary to whip up a winter warmer, the spacious kitchen features solid timber benchtops, a large island bench with a stainless steel meal prep area, an ILVE gas oven cooktop and a Bosch dishwasher.

Connecting seamlessly from the open-plan area, French doors lead to a wrapround timber alfresco deck where you can unwind with your favourite drop in hand and enjoy listening to the rhythms of the sea.

French doors lead to a wrapround timber alfresco deck.
Camera IconFrench doors lead to a wrapround timber alfresco deck. Credit: Supplied.

Back inside, the southern wing houses the master bedroom suite. Ms Milner said the room was a highlight of the home due to the incredible views.

A bohemian white palette brightens the space while an adjoining sitting area, customised walk-in robe and private ensuite add a sense of opulence.

Picture ending your evening with a soak in the ensuite corner spa or wash away the day in the frameless shower and dual vanity.

Other standout features of the home include the immaculate grounds with rustic tumbled brick paving, limestone retaining walls and fully reticulated lawn and garden beds.

Ms Milner said the home was within walking distance to local schools, parklands and delectable restaurants and cafes.

“It is a great spot for connectivity,” she said. “You are right near the beach, there are plenty of paths for walking your dog – there is a really great sense of community.”

“This home is all about views, location and the quality is second to none.”

37 Kinkuna Way, City Beach

Beds: 4

Baths: 2

Price: Offers

Agent: Ray White Dalkeith Claremont

Contact: Emma Milner, 0421 213 000 or Vivien Yap, 0433 258 818

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