16 Banksia Street, Joondanna WA 6060



Indulge your senses in this simply stunning, custom designed residence showcasing understated elegance and effortless style. Carefully constructed to exacting specifications, outstanding design and uncompromising attention to detail is complemented by beautifully considered, consistent interiors to set an exceptional standard in refinement and sophistication. Generously proportioned, the versatile layout offers superb functionality and excellent separation of space with a stunning master suite of rooms to the front of the home, centrally situated open plan living spaces and outdoor entertaining, second living room and a separate secondary bedroom wing. Beautiful gardens offer glorious surrounds in which to relax, entertain friends and family or just be… Set on a generous 647sqm block close to the fabulous Mt Hawthorn café strip, with plenty of parking and within the sought after Bob Hawke College catchment, 16 Banksia Street is an outstanding residence created with love and passion; so vibrant and charismatic and perfect for anyone seeking an exceptional home with all the accoutrements of modern living at its best.

3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
Open plan living and dining
Second living
3 WCs

Spectacular, immaculately presented, timeless character style residence
Gorgeous street appeal with limestone walls and pillars, wrought iron gates, manicured formal gardens, tessellated tile verandah
Classic period features include high ceilings, decorative cornices, and gleaming jarrah floors
Timber and glass front door with glass side and overhead panels
Formal entrance hall
Security alarm
Private suite of rooms forms the master retreat – king size bedroom with opaque roller blind, elegant drapes and pelmet, generous walk in robe, large ensuite with granite counter, above counter basin, white cabinetry, large format tiles, deep bath, walk in shower with frameless shower screen, separate WC
Double French doors into open plan kitchen, living and dining
Superbly appointed, modern kitchen with white shaker style cabinetry, island with timber counter and open storage, tiled splashback, freestanding Technika 900mm oven with 5 burner gas cooktop, stainless steel rangehood, Miele dishwasher, Maytag fridge, large walk in pantry
Expansive bright and airy living anchored by Jetmaster gas fire and stone surround / mantelpiece, large picture windows overlooking alfresco and beautiful gardens
Large dining area with two sets of French doors opening to expansive entertaining alfresco terrace
Double French doors into graceful, second living room / elegant library, bespoke floor to ceiling timber and glass display cabinetry and shelving, recessed ceiling, art deco ceiling rose, chandelier, tall windows with beautiful brocade drapes and pelmets, tranquil garden outlook
Separate wing with queen bedroom three with desk space, built in robes, opaque roller blind, brocade Roman blind
Adjacent main bathroom with granite counter, above counter basin, shower, WC
Queen bedroom two, built in robes, opaque roller blind, elegant drapes and pelmet, ensuite with granite counter, above counter basin, shower, WC
Adjacent study and sitting/music room to front of home with direct access to alfresco terrace
Practical laundry with space for under bench washer and dryer, large store, access door from double garage
Designer lighting with feature pendants
Bevelled glass to front door, French doors to open plan living and second living/library
Carpets to bedrooms
3kW solar panels

Established, landscaped front gardens with manicured hedging, limestone walls and pillars, wrought iron gates, decorative urns with garden lighting
Huge alfresco terrace with cedar lined ceiling, downlights, dining and lounging areas
Lawn framed by manicured hedging, water feature, high limestone walls
Wrought iron gate to heavenly ‘secret garden’ with tangelo, lemon tree, established native trees, herb and vegetable garden
Garden shed
Separate drying courtyard
Fully reticulated via submersible bore

Double auto garage and store
Double carport

A brilliant spot on the Mt Hawthorn border and super convenient for everything! The perfect locale in a fabulous suburb full of beautiful parks and reserves. Feast on a diverse and multicultural foodie extravaganza in Mt Hawthorn at Ha-Lu, Birraz Ristobar, Lupo Lab, Tsukaya, Dejaxo Artisan Bakery and Café for gorgeous preservative and additive free breads and cakes or Yelo for a quick coffee stop, make an evening of it at The Pirate Bar, and of course don’t forget the Paddington Ale House or The Oxford for long lazy Sunday afternoons. Something else? Then look no further than the vibrant buzz of Leederville and its vast array of dining and entertainment options or the urban cool of Highgate and Mount Lawley. Bus stop at your doorstep, walking distance to The Mezz, Coles and Aldi, whilst Westfield Innaloo and Karrinyup Shopping Centre are just a short drive away and it’s a breeze to get to work with easy access to public transport, with the freeway entrance just moments away.

300m to Albert James Park
500m to Pirate Bar
950m to The Mezz
1km to Coles, Yokine
1.3km to Tuart Hill Primary
1.1km to Paddington Ale House
1.1km to Lupo Lab
1.3km to Birraz Ristobar
1.4km Les Lilleyman Reserve
1.5km to Menzies Park
1.6km to Dejaxo Artisan Bakery and Cafe
1.7km to Glendalough Station
4.8km to Innaloo Shopping Centre
6km to Perth CBD

Tuart Hill Primary School
Bob Hawke College (year 7 intake started in 2020)
Optional Dianella Secondary College

“Location – the Mezz in Mt Hawthorn and Dog Swamp shops are a 10-minute walk away. 10-minute drive into the city. The closest corner store is 5 minutes away. Very nice neighbourhood with friendly neighbours”
“Entertainment / living options – the house was designed with entertainment in mind with a large north-facing undercover alfresco area close to the kitchen and dining area. The guest bedroom with ensuite is at the opposite end of the home from the main bedroom giving guests greater privacy. The front of the home can be closed off from the main bedroom and living areas for use as an office/consultation area.”
“Character – the house was designed to echo the character of the previous home that existed on the site with high (35-38) course ceilings in the living areas and 32 course ceilings in the bedrooms, generously sized rooms, Jarrah floorboards, ornate cornices, fireplace etc.”
“Environmental – the house ceilings, increased roof pitch, vented gable and r3.0 roof insulation keeps the home cool in summer meaning air conditioning is not required. The house has north facing solar panels.”

Lot 10 on Diagram 12649
Volume 1320 Folio 402

647 sq. metres


City of Stirling: $2,273.00 / annum 21/22
Water Corporation: $1,674.54 / annum 21/22

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