The Luxury Homes of spectacular, romantic south-west of Western Australia.
Explore these incredible luxury homes in the Margaret River and Geograph Bay region of Western Australia.
This region has become of one Australia’s most pristine and beautiful places to visit for any tourist. The region is famous for its wine, beaches, crystal clear waters, gourmet food, restaurants, hotels and scenery. Hidden in the secluded bays and bushland near the Indian Ocean, some of the world’s most magnificent luxury homes.
Wilderness Rise – Margaret River
You can enjoy the peace and seclusion of the bush, the views to the ocean or pristine beaches within a three-minute drive. The proximity of world-famous wineries and the charming town of Margaret River are within a five to 30-minute drive. The beautiful Margaret River Golf course is also a stone’s throw from the property. Perfect.
This architecturally designed is spread out over a number of levels, all making the most of 180-degree bush views – or ocean views if you go to the top viewing deck. Use of local stone throughout and floor-to-ceiling glass brings the outdoors in. Numerous balconies and terraces provide many options for alfresco entertaining.
From the spacious entry foyer, glass doors open to the expansive paved patio and lap pool, running almost the length of the house. The lap pool is not heated, however there is an outdoor heated spa for use in winter. A BBQ area is linked to the pool area.
Percy Street – Gracetown
Surfers have known for years that Gracetown is a truly magical place. Even winding your way down into the small coastal town makes you visibly exhale and feel like the rest of the world is a million miles away.
And if you love to surf, Percy Street is THE perfect weekender; you can literally look out over the breaks from your balcony with a coffee in hand, before you go and join the morning action.
Percy Street is walking distance to three of the best surf spots down south; North Point, Huzzas and South Point – and a short drive to the (in)famous Left Handers.
Marriabraae – Yallingup
Views stretch over the valley, taking in the property’s jetty and dam as well as the Gunyulgup Lake, an Aboriginal term for “resting place near water”.
A sun-drenched swimming pool, proximity to the beach and walking distance to a wellness centre, restaurant and art gallery combine to make this a year-round holiday favourite.
On arrival, the Australian gum tree-lined drive welcomes you to reveal a beautifully appointed, spacious and light-filled holiday destination with huge windows and bifolding doors. A fully-appointed kitchen, BBQ plus pizza oven make for easy meal preparation for large groups with three glorious dining area options.