5 Ellensford Terrace is a spectacular property of 1950s construction. Its modern luxuries and open-plan structure capitalising on its beachside location, making for an incredible real estate opportunity.
Eccentric luxury and seamless functionality
Immediately, the exterior makes clear the stylistic flair of the home. Cuboid stretches of wooden panels loom above the bold red front door, surrounded by sandstone and red-brick quoins. Jutting from the building like a bookmark, is a monolithic sandstone wall.
Down the side is a perfectly eccentric combination of warped, flowing materials, evoking the close-by sea. Panels of wood and corrugated metal flow down to an exquisite back garden with pavers, pebbles, towering trees, and immaculate lawns.
Within, an expansive two-storey layout contains wide-open spaces, forming a canvas of high white ceilings, jarrah floorboards and copious windows.
Individual rooms display beauty and functionality. The kitchen sporting bench tops of black granite and stainless-steel, with bold onyx contrasting against gleaming metal, reflecting off the pale glass splash back.
Prospect of the ocean
The master suite is the greatest of the four bedrooms, and has all the expected luxuries: a walk-in robe, ensuite, and even a private balcony providing an excellent location for relaxing and surveying the surroundings.
Providing similar opportunities for appreciation are the living areas. The open-plan spaces with floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead out to undercover entertaining areas, verandahs, and additional balconies.
The surroundings in question are nothing short of picturesque. Views on offer in the leafy, idyllic suburb of Middleton are white sand and rippling azure waves, that stretch to the horizon. Many of these spectacular beaches are within a five minute drive.
5 Ellensford Terrace is on sale for $950,000 and is being represented by Paul and Joanne Dean, of Raine & Horne Real Estate.
Images and floor plan can be viewed here.