Entry to the Terry Fripp-designed 'Princess House' is via a long winding driveway through a panorama of olives, rose gardens, and ocean views.
The Feng Shui-designed entrance leads through a Balinese inspired courtyard to the home with a flowing floor plan and distinctive fossilised slate from the Tiananmen region of China and American Oak floors.
The upper level of the home has three bedrooms, all with en-suites. The master bedroom has ocean views and the ensuite features a sunken spa bath, Italian marble floors, walls and bench tops.
Outdoors, the living revolves around the infinity pool and vast gardens. Adjoining the main home is a guesthouse.
More recently The Princess House has also been very popular with Western Australian Brides utilising the property for the complete wedding package of accommodation, ceremony and even reception in some cases.
The Princess House is currently being promoted on major booking sites such as from $750 to $1,100 per night and $1,500 in peak times.
- Two car spaces
- Air conditioning
- Gently sloping lawns
With the reserve price not met at auction the sellers are now calling for all offers to be presented.
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