Lovely contrast

STEP inside love” Cilla Black sang, and when you venture inside this Hamilton Hill home it’s sure to put a smile on your face.

With a penchant for black and white, Cilla would have loved the monochrome theme in this three-bedroom/two-bathroom home.

It starts in the spacious entry where large black-and-white tiles dance down the hall to the open-plan, where white walls contrast with black-framed windows and glass doors.

Light floods into this area courtesy of the soaring vaulted ceiling and  numerous windows.

Striking white plinths dramatically demarcate the lounge from the kitchen and dining room.

The dining area is a virtual aquarium, with walls of glass on two sides and a view of the pool.

With its north-east orientation it’s warm in winter and cool in summer.

White stone benchtops, white drawers and cupboards and white tiles are offset by black trims on the kitchen windows and stove.

There’s a walk-in pantry and an island bench on wheels lets you free up space for parties. Sitting on 700sqm, the expansive garden has a large paved area for al fresco fun around the pool, and a separate grassed area for the kids to play on.

The main bedroom is on the lower level: a generous space with a small en suite, walk-in-robes and a wall of glass overlooking the pool. Stairs either side of the hall lead to the second-level bedrooms, which have large balconies and views of Beeliar Regional Park and Clontarf Hill.

There’s masses of storage, with cellars in between two garages on either side of this Clontarf Street home.

by JENNY D’ANGER

144 Clontarf Street, Hamilton Hill
from $799,000
Frank Sander 0411 123 477
Smartchoice Realty 9430 943

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