About the Home
This striking, contemporary four bedroom home maximises its street appeal with a unique combination of exterior finishes and design components. The house was designed to suit the acre block, making use of the natural contours of the site. The home features a large internal/external blade spotted gum timber shiplap clad wall, which creates texture and interest and provides a balanced contrast to the exterior light grey rendered walls and James Hardie Axon cladding in dark grey.
Concrete blockwork also features on the exterior to the west and is also highlighted in the subfloor brickwork, creating a cantilevered effect to the main living room. The contemporary nature of the home continues on entry, with a step down into the living area, creating a raised 3 metre ceiling. The open plan kitchen, meals and living area features unique curved walls, which provides softness to the room, but creates striking angles with the feature engineered spotted gum flooring. The central component to the living room is the contemporary styling of the gas fire with a custom built granite fireplace hearth.
The master suite, located on the first floor, offers spacious and private accommodation with serene tree canopy views. A further 3 bedrooms, study and rumpus are located downstairs, and the three-car garage rotated at a different angle to create a truly bespoke, distinctive and stylish home.