This superb architectural designed home is more than a match for its coastal setting. Inspired by a house in Northern Territory designed by Troppo Architects, this environmentally sound dwelling will set you apart from the rest with some traditional coastal features.
An open-plan living/dining room and kitchen featuring large treated Australian hardwood windows create a harmonious flow between indoor and outdoor spaces, effectively creating a large veranda. A communal space versatile for intimate family meals and large gatherings. A bright kitchen features hardwood and Jarrah timber bench-tops, stainless steel appliances and a sink with a view; forging a connection with the outdoors.
Consisting of two bedrooms on the entry level and a rumpus room (also used as a third bedroom) on the first level. The large main bedroom approx. 3.4m x 6.0m features BIR, split system and fan. Large windows maximising daylight making the room feel not just brighter, but even bigger and more welcoming. The second bedroom also features BIR's.
Upstairs on the first floor is the rumpus room which is also used as a third bedroom. The size of this room (approx. 5.8m x 6.0m), combined with Bay views and natural light make this space versatile with the potential to be also used as a parents/kids retreat.
Local Australian materials have been used in the build, including Australian Hardwood. The combination of native materials with the low maintenance natural garden gives the home warmth and a uniquely Australian coastal quality. There is a wonderful mixture of plants including; Tea Trees, Bottle brush, Bird of Paradise, Silver bush, Lilly Pilly and Grevillea.
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Inspection by private appointment. Call Trevor McManus on 0448 810 074