The epitome of contemporary in a flourishing Floreat estate
Hurdles Drive is set in the picturesque Perry Lake’s Estate, a green sanctuary for a growing family in search of a new beginning. It was critical to manage the scope of the project, to maintain the relationship with nature, serenity and quietude the clients sought. In choosing Transform, they were seeking collaboration and trust. We listened and echoed back, responding to their wants and needs and protecting their values and lifestyle.
A haven set on a confined lot, the strong and simple structural elements of the home provide a tranquil, almost park-like retreat. Traditionally, land in Floreat is at a premium, and we faced restraints to scope. However, with this build the challenge was to maintain a minimalistic approach, and the result is an unconventional building that is stunning, refined and bold.
• Innovative architectural design
• Spectacular double storey building
• Reverse living floor plan
• Exposed steel fascia
• Mortlock timber feature cladding
• European tiled flooring
• Contemporary custom kitchen
• Carrara marble benchtops
• Minosa designer fixtures
• Miele appliances
• Four spacious bedrooms
• Timber partitioned en suite
• Freestanding stone bath tub
• His & hers oak vanity
• Open display wardrobe
• Two stunning bathrooms
• Modern pedestal ceramic basin
• Open living/dining/kitchen area
• Inbuilt entertainment feature wall
• Study recess with built-in bookcase
• Entertainer’s glass balcony
• Built-in outdoor stainless steel BBQ
• Vertical garden wall
• Garage with indoor gym
• Outdoor plunge pool
• Australian native landscaping
12 Hurdles Drive
Inspire, dream and live in luxury.
“Transform prides itself on exceptional customer service, attention to detail and the ability to create wonderful spaces well beyond its clients’ expectations.”
— The West Australian —
Professional and dedicated team.
“Quality workmanship and down to earth old fashioned service. They know what it takes to bring your project through from concept to completion.”
— The Sunday Times —
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