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Hidden away on a sprawling 2ha block of native bushland, this futuristic yet secluded custom built home in Perth’s southern suburbs is truly one-of-a-kind.
Designed with a striking front entrance featuring a 4m high curved and motorised front door, the property opens to a “gallery” style entry, where a 16m by 8m stainless steel wall on a 70-degree angle, and an 11m curved glass ceiling and staircase, take centre stage.
The unique home is truly one-of-a-kind. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 10 The Horseshoe in Wandi was designed and built by its owner with the help of an architect friend.
Now, with their children all grown up, the vendors are embarking on a sea change.
“It’s absolutely one-in-a-million,” selling agent Clare Young of Allure Property Partners in Oakford said. “Well, one entirely unique property in itself. You will never get the same again.”
There are a number of striking design features throughout the house. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Ms Young said the front entrance feature is based on “a bit of a yin-and-yang situation”.
“The structure of the building is supposed to be like half the property is falling away. The entry where you go through to the kids section is like a submarine door.
“The upstairs master suite – the whole wall feature moves to close the bathroom door and opens up the walkway over the bridge.”
Expanses of floor to ceiling glass in a number of areas bring the bushy outside in. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Thoughtfully and meticulously designed, Ms Young said the double-storey home was an amazing structure and likened parts of its futuristic design to a submarine, and its unique entrance to Doctor Who’s Tardis.
Other features of the home include treetop views from the ensuite bathroom, a 162sqm shed, an air-conditioned granny flat, two rainwater tanks, and three-phase power to the house, shed, and granny flat.
An entire wall in the kitchen and living area opens up to the outside, with glass bi-fold doors extending to the ceiling.
There are multiple living areas. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Interest has been strong since the home hit the market but Ms Young would not be drawn on the asking price.
“I don’t want to disclose a figure because we are open to offers,” she said.
“It would suit a person who has got a fantastic imagination. Every corner, every wall is different – the curvature – you have just got to see it to believe it.”