'And now for something entirely different'
- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 4 Cars
Art or Architecture?
Built by well known architect Wally Greenham in the early 1970's, this home has been fastidiously maintained and presents today as a testament and reminder of creative forces at work during this period.
Wally Greenham was an important Western Australian architect who, upon graduating from the University of WA completed a study tour in Japan. This piqued an interest in Japanese architecture akin to the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright and Bruce Goff. His work has been described as being loose and experimental and as having great freedom of expression.
I think anyone viewing the home at 13 Graelou Rd will agree with these sentiments.
A very interesting home with an unconventional floor plan but one suited to a family wanting something unique in their home.
Built with face cut Jarrah weatherboard and Colourbond roof, the home is full of influences from the original concept of a Japanese themed modular home.
Art and architecture - I think both and a home to be extremely proud of.
Basically configured by 3 bedrooms plus study, 2 spacious living areas and a 3 car garage all perfectly positioned and poised on the extremity of the escarpment facing over the suburbs of Perth in a south westerly direction.
Beautifully landscaped and on a generous block of 2063sqm.
Is this an opportunity too good to lose!!
Inspect with Nigel Aldridge 0411 757 738
- Air Conditioning
- Electric Hot Water
- Single Carport
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