Waterford is one of the most luxurious holiday houses the region has to offer. A stunning rural retreat in Margaret River.
This contemporary, architect-designed house is set on 12 acres of natural bush with frontage to the Margaret River – a stunning and unique part of the region. Landscaped gardens include a beautiful waterfall and ponds, and the house is fitted with the highest standard of fixtures and finishes.
Guests entering the home will find themselves in a sunny sitting and library area which presents as a perfect reading retreat or quiet room. Via the library, guests enter the formal 10-seater dining room/living area that opens to a large entertaining courtyard with BBQ and alfresco dining facilities. Adjacent to the formal sitting room is a more casual room, which provides a cosy winter lounge and is close to the gourmet kitchen and more casual dining area. This area is furnished with a solid wood table and benches.
Each of the four double bedrooms opens to a private outside area and each has its own ensuite bathroom.
The studio (including kitchenette and bathroom) is separated from the house by a covered walkway and boasts beautiful tree-top views of the river valley from a balcony. Downstairs is a games room with a lounging area, pool table and large-screen TV.
Designed by local architect Theo Matthews, this elegant and spacious home offers wonderful accommodation for up to four couples. With separate sitting rooms, a games room, and infinite views of the natural landscape, guests will feel relaxed and restored by the sense of space.
The house is less than 10 minutes’ drive to the Margaret River township or the beautiful beach at Prevelly. A very special place for those wanting to enjoy a luxurious country retreat with close driving access to beaches, wineries and restaurants.
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- Walk along the private path, through the bush, to the river’s edge.
- Terracing, ponds and some internal furnishings make this house unsuitable for children under eight years of age.