GUERNSEY GULLY HOMESTEAD & BAREFOOT STUDIO ESCAPECome home to this absolutely gorgeous, expansive, and welcoming residence tucked away idyllically between Margaret River Township and its world famous coastline.
The proportions of this home are generous throughout and will house a small army with ease, yet it oozes a wonderful country, relaxed and inviting charm. The build is split over two levels, with upstairs boasting a stunning lounge area with abundant built in furniture, including a substantial library area and sunny north facing window seats either side of the woodfire. The lounge area adjoins the stunning large gourmet kitchen and dining area, with both the lounge and kitchen overlooking and opening to a large all weather alfresco area. The master bedroom is very good size, facing north with a huge walk in robe and super sized ensuite bathroom. The additional bedrooms and second bathroom are also well proportioned and there is a study as well.
Nothing is small in this residence. The impressive hallway towards the west is expansive and takes you to the enclosed garage, and studio wing that adjoins the residence and is all under the same roofline.
Barefoot Studio Escape is an approved short stay with a very good annual return and provides a full time income in itself for an owner occupier. The studio is amazing with its own pool, resort style bathroom and toasty under floor heating. The entire space is simply stunning and one of Margaret River's best couple getaways.
Recessed into the block is the wonderful downstairs area with accommodation, a huge loungeroom / home theatre / billiard style room, with another built in library area, bar and a hidden wine cellar and another under cover outdoor alfresco area.
Set on just over 1 hectare (2.471 acres) of beautiful parkland cleared grounds, this is a simply must see property whether you are in the market for a getaway or a new home.
Inspections of 14 Guernsey Gully are by appointment only. And with the Bare- Foot Studio so popular with guests, forward notice to inspect is necessary.