Moorish manor 

FRASER ROAD has to be one of the most spectacular addresses in Applecross.

There’s nothing between you and the Swan River foreshore, and many of the houses have gates that literally open onto the beach.

This five bedroom two bathroom home is one of them, and you could literally wheel your tinnie out the shed and straight into the water.

If you’ve cycled along Melville Beach Road and onto the narrow path at the foreshore, just before the boardwalk at Point Dundas, you’ve probably looked up in awe at this tiered 1330sqm property.

Aptly named “The Beach House” it has Moorish-inspired architecture and amazing panoramas of the Swan River.

Highlights included a massive balcony with views you will never tire of including glorious sunsets.

The Moorish influence is in full effect in the massive outdoor pool, where off to the side you have a walkway, enclosed by pillars and a tiled roof. The design conjures up images of villas in the Mediterrenan or perhaps even Morocco.

This area includes electric retractable shades, making it an all-year round spot.

There’s also a grassed terraced, where you can enjoy a coffee and get another perspective of the river from slightly higher up.

Preparing meals will be a cinch in the enormous kitchen, which has lots of bench space, high-end appliances and a large number of cupboards and drawers.

The home has a slightly ostentatious feel with ornate furnishings and decor, so you may want to go for a more modern minimalist look, or keep as is.

The property includes a home office and space for three cars.

There’s loads of lovely spots and facilities nearby including Applecross Tennis Club, Applecross Village and Heathcote Reserve.

As well as a plethora of great schools, shops, cafes and restaurants. 

This is a fantastic one-of-a-kind waterfront property.

36 Fraser Road, Applecross
Harcourts Applecross
Contact agent Eric Hartanto 0421 272 152 to arrange an inspection

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