Gravel crunches on the unravelling drive to the 1920s villa at 17 Marriages Road, whose immense beauty is hidden from passer-by's. A mesmerising journey over a copious 316sqm floor plan boasting two stories and encompassing country views. Where once the floorboards echoed of children's play, they now quietly await a new family to fill the plentiful rooms. Striking red doors greet your entry on the covered veranda where the tiles progress through to the foyer and onwards to the liberal laundry/utility room. The ample kitchen infuses country style with modern flare and co-exists with dining and living with toasty wood burner. French doors expand your family pleasure to the pristine pool and spa. Furthermore, to the ground floor is a separate living with ornate features and bi-fold doors to alfresco dining, large office with a separate entry and the first master suite with bathroom underfloor heating. Noble winding stairs reach a broad mezzanine loft which lounges in natural light and indulges the second master suite and further 3 bedrooms, family bathroom and leisure alcove. A vast property that reads a long list, but it is the amalgamation of original and new that bears the beauty and grandeur. Sprawling over an immense 6833sqm lot, is fringed in olive trees, and dappled with maintained Oak and Banksia trees who attract a beautiful variety of native birdlife. Completed with garaging for 5 vehicles and an extra sleep-out with ensuite. If space is your heart's desire arrange your viewing with Glyn.