The Modern purists and retro-heads may balk, but for those who love nothing more than a high-waisted flared jean, acoustic jams and a psilocybin-laced discovery workshop, then have we got the place for you! Sure to be right on the edge of 70s/early 80s with the pine paneling only retreating where the slate, Japanese tile and Persian rugs start, this is one in an impressive canon of residences by the Perth renowned architect, Lynthorne Matthews (perhaps considered a later era twin-star to Melbourne’s earthy Alistair Knox?) and bears his trademark soaring cathedral ceilings, wild angles, split levels, natural light and the incorporation of nature (in this case a creek) within the built footprint and material choices, cannot help but draw a grin from even the most jaded, last century architecture nerd. This is one singular, boomer, hippy chateau in stunningly unsullied condition, just waiting for a new set of longhairs* to take it on. Jump in that bedroom hot-tub, spark one and turn up The Dan!