A property of geological and historical rarity being offered for sale for the first time in 60 years. Situated on 6.78 hectares including virgin bush, green fertile valley and Karri-loam, with a 300m2 private residence built on a monolithic rock overlooking a waterfall that flows 8 months of the year.
Immerse yourself in the serenity and lifestyle of this remarkable property; with stunning scenery and vibrant wildlife, it will be hard to refuse the charm.
Built on a monolithic rock overlooking the Boodjidup Brook, this federation style home will capture your heart. Your own private 140m driveway will lead you to this unique secluded residence, with the spectacular presence of a mature Wisteria tree greeting you at the main entrance.
The front elevation is constructed with exposed brick work and features a gable roofline, with the front door, sash windows and the downstairs slate from the “Durack House in Adelaide”. Centre posts are from a 13m beam residing from the “Grand Theatre” in Perth. Pier-walls carry a framed construction to take advantage of the incredible view, with the entire floor space being approximately 300sqm under 216sqm of roof.
The main entrance opens onto the 13 x 2.4m gallery style room. The space is awe inspiring and features 4 large ceiling to floor picture windows framing the magnificent view beautifully. The view showcases the middle canopy level of Karri trees and the three levelled waterfall some 47ft below.
A mezzanine loft above can be utilised as a guest bedroom / reading room or excess storage. The area is spacious and overlooks the lounge, gallery room. The main entrance corridor features under floor heating and will lead you to the master bedroom and main bathroom down one end, with the main office, kitchen and living room down the other. The country style kitchen and living space emanates warmth and homeliness along with breathtaking views. French doors open up onto the undercover decking and entertaining area, with stunning recycled Oregon double doors from the Governors winter residence in Northam, separating the gallery and living rooms. A potential self contained studio is located underneath the main residence. The large space has a seperate kitchen/bathroom area and has also been fire proofed.
Stone steps will lead you down to the waterfall, rock pond and brook. Boodjidup Brook extends 180m through the property and is generally flowing for 8 months of the year, with occasionally there being small permanent pools during the summer months. A 12m timber bridge provides access to the north slope.
14 acres in total
• 7 acres being virgin bush
• 4.5 acres of a permanently green and highly fertile valley including 1.5 acres of winter wetland, formerly Karri-forest.
• 2.5 acres of Karri-loam. Red loam, clay, heavy black peat and a plentiful supply of multi-featured granite.
A dedicated fire pump provides water at 110 psi to hoses on each corner of the residence. Fire sprinklers are positioned to the north/north east, along with sprinklers under the balcony.
• 90,000 L rainwater tank located on the southern side of the property
• 23,000 L reticulation and fire tank filled by a solar pump in the brook and bore pump sunk west of the valley.
• 25,000 (standby) of pond in the brook below the residence
The area is currently home to approximately 40 Kangaroos, and seasonally Emus and several species of water birds make an appearance. A 300m Kangaroo friendly fence has been recently constructed along Caves road.
The South West is a destination of diversity, from world class wineries and surfing to Golf and Galleries. 57 Coppin Grove is set amongst all of this and more with being approximately 9km from Margaret River town centre, and 4.5 km from the beach.
For a private viewing, please contact Paul Manners your South West Property Specialist on 0448 900 838Contact Agent