A stunning home in one of WA’s most picturesque locations overlooking Cable Beach and surrounded by Kimberley sandstone cliffs has hit the market. Perched atop Gantheaume Point, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom named Gnarangannie — The Point House occupies a 3027sqm site of ancient significance, with the name reflecting Aboriginal mythology. The original lighthouse keeper’s quarters was built in 1906 and has since been used as a nun’s retreat, girl guides camp and private residence. The current home was constructed in the 1990s after the original home was lost in a 1970 blaze. Sandstone cliffs surround the home which has unparalleled views over Cable Beach and Roebuck Bay. The ground floor features an open-plan main room with high, cedar-lined ceilings and exposed timber beams, while Chinese slate adorns the floors. Three of the four guest bedrooms have ensuites and built-in robes. The solid timber kitchen features lattice-style cabinetry and a double pantry, with a picturesque view of the grounds and aquamarine ocean beyond. Upstairs, the master suite incorporates raked ceilings, glossy timber floors and and jaw-dropping views from every expansive window, including the spa ensuite. Outdoors, the north-facing veranda provides the perfect setting for long table luncheons and the fully reticulated lawns and luscious gardens offer an enviable spot for functions and events. A central courtyard on the southern side of the property offers shelter for casual gatherings, while the firepit provides a stunning place to watch the stars and the ocean breeze makes you feel you’re on the edge of the world. The breathtaking location is freehold land and will never be built out, meaning it is able to be safeguarded for generations to come. The home had been held by the current owners for more than 40 years. Ray White Cottesloe/Mosman Park declined to comment.