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A 70S-BUILT Heathfield home has been transformed into a modern entertainer, with room for a family to move and amazing views.

Andy and Nikki Cornfield bought the 2 Devonshire Rd, Heathfield home just over two years ago, attracted by the Hills lifestyle it offered while still being close to town.

“We loved the space and the views, and really wanted to be near Stirling,” Mr Cornfield says.

“To get to town takes 20 minutes, and every night when you get home you feel like you’re in the country because there are koalas in the garden regularly. You can see the Milky Way when there are no clouds, and it’s really quiet.”

The home has four bedrooms, including the master suite set in its own private wing. It features an office, a large walk-in robe and an ensuite with a double shower and a separate bath house.

“That bath house has views over the garden and underfloor heating – it was designed as a bath house/yoga room,” Mr Cornfield says.

The kitchen is set in the heart of the home and has an atrium ceiling, smoked-mirror splashbacks, Miele and Blanco appliances, a breakfast bar and a large walk-in pantry.

Both the dining room and third bedroom open to a decked entertainment area overlooking a swim spa.

Although the previous owners had already updated the home, the Cornfields have made further improvements, opening it up and giving it a luxurious and modern feel.

“We bought it to live in it, so we did it all top-spec,” Mr Cornfield says.

“We’ve added the heated swim spa, a big living area, an extra bathroom and landscaped the front garden.”

The Cornfields have also added gas heating, porcelain tiles, LED lighting, updated window dressings and upgraded the kitchen.

Mr Cornfield says the home now flows beautifully and its layout is ideal for a family.

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“We’ve got one central living area where you can all be together, but then there are the two separate wings where you can each get your own space,” he says.

Mr Cornfield says, although the couple planned to stay in Heathfield long-term, the family have now decided to relocate back to Perth.



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