THE aura of feng shui is certainly at work in this East Fremantle home, with a calming fish pond located beside the front door.
You could say that just living in this stunning new mansion on Penhurst Street is luck enough for anyone.
Spanning three levels, three of the four-bedrooms are on the central level, accessed from the street.
Huge glass doors open onto a pool, and a built-in-barbeque kitchen on a beautiful timber deck.
Head down stairs and you’ll find a spacious gym and theatre room on the ground floor.
And in the other direction timber and chrome stairs lead to the third level, and the heart of the home—a sweeping open plan with gorgeous honey-gold, blackbutt floors.
Walls of glass and massive doors leading to an upper balcony ensure the open plan is awash with natural light.
Crisp white walls contrast beautifully with the golden floors, and the swirl of grey and white granite on bench tops are a veritable work of art.
The kitchen is galley-style and has a huge island bench with a Miele stove on one side, and a preparation area overlooking the street, via an elegant letterbox window, on the other.
Overhead cupboards open at the gentlest touch, as do the mass of drawers and the floor-to-ceiling pantry.
The main bedroom, with a walk-in-robe, is a massive space with a wall of glass, offering relaxing views of leafy East Fremantle.
Polished concrete tiles line the walls and floor of the huge en-suite.
This fantastic family home is in the John Curtin College of the Arts zone and close to Richmond Primary School.
And the East Fremantle Yacht Club and foreshore is just down the road.
by JENNY D’ANGER
10 Penhurst Street, East Fremantle
from $1.995 million
Jennifer Castle, Acton Fremantle
0414 572 440