This house is all style, designed with pleasure in mind. Entertain your guests… start with a sundowner on the massive terrace, cook up a storm in the fully equipped gourmet kitchen and enjoy memorable times around the 10 seat dining table. Plug in your ipod, watch a movie or read a book in any one of the two living areas. Upstairs take your pick of the luxurious master suite, or the two king bedrooms and take in the sweeping ocean vista simply by lifting your head from the pillow.
Or hideaway downstairs in the self contained one bedroom apartment with spa bath just for two, spacious living area and kitchenette.
Set in eight acres of native bushland, this contemporary holiday home offers superior guest accommodation for up to 8 discerning guests. Holding prime position high up on the Leeuwin Ridge with not a rooftop in sight , there are 180’ unsurpassed ocean and river views. Architecturally unique, making use of floor to ceiling glass, this light filled spacious home enjoys views from every room. No need to close the blinds as you are absolutely secluded and private.
Game, set and match on this full size tennis court, cool down in the plunge pool , enjoy a prawn on the bbq and adjourn to the massive terrace to experience the magnificent sunset on the Indian Ocean. Stay a little longer and catch a falling star……..you will rarely experience a canopy of stars quite like this.
Located a short drive to Margaret River town, and the world renowned wineries and restaurants of the region. A two minute drive to famous surf beaches and safe swimming. Walking access to river, national park and beaches. Further afield but easily accessible are the greater south west areas of Dunsborough, Yallingup and Augusta.
Why stay at Horizon-Margaret River?
As quoted in the West Australian Newspaper, review by Cathy OLeary
There is a natural reluctance about leaving Horizon House , a hilltop residence tucked away high on the Leewin Ridge a few kilometers away from the town, because it seems a waste not to enjoy the luxury amenities and breathtaking views of the WA coastline and native bushland.