The original home was demolished & the land subdivided. This created an allotment, with just over 10m in frontage. However, this fact is quickly forgotten when you step inside and experience the vast open design of the new home.
The outside of the home, has a mix of Scyon cladding, foam NRG board and rendered blockwork used to great effect. The modern tones and feature screen to the front elevation, give the home a commanding street presence.
Entering the home, you are greeted by the warm polished timber floors. Beyond the entry, is the centre piece of the home, an American Oak mono stringer staircase with pinned glass balustrading. The open staircase, has been utilized to make the most of the limited space, and as you look past the stairs, you can appreciate the grand open plan kitchen and living areas.
The kitchen is a contrast of dark 2 pack cabinets and Caesarstone Alpine Mist benchtops. The living areas directly adjoin the kitchen, with aluminium stacker doors opening up to meet the expansive alfresco area. The stacker doors and louvre windows, give flowing views to the beautiful alfresco and pool, with a feature glass window, in the pool, taking advantage of the pool being above ground at one end.
Upstairs, the master suite has separate robes and elegant ensuite, with floor to ceiling marble tiles. The square set cornice allows for recessed curtains, and Scyon axon cladding has been used as a clever feature wall.