This near new residence reflects beautifully resolved architecture that embodies a unique interpretation of mid-century design principles and a resolute commitment to highest end finishes and exacting detail. Embedded within native gardens, its generous land totals 845 square metres approx., allowing for a 5 bedroom plus study home on one stunning single level.
Innovation, both in design and material selection, reigns supreme in this home that embraces stylish individuality like no other. Corten, honed blockwork, Dekton, Neolith, exposed structural steel, Austrian Oak timbers and honed polished concrete create immense impact. Impeccable attention to detail and quality are also signature here. Custom double glazed windows and door systems feature throughout. In the vast informal living/dining space (complete with kitchen/butlers pantry including Ilve steam oven, coffee machine and wine fridge and Electrolux integrated refrigerator/freezer), panoramic glazing elevates to 4.8 metre angular ceilings, opening onto an impressive outdoor entertaining space with deck, louvre alfresco, Zeigler and Brown BBQ and a black tiled heated swimming pool. Double overhang eves soar and will resonate with mid-century devotees. And open to the sky above with picture windows surrounding, a leafy atrium oasis that occupies the centre of the home delivers an abundance of natural light and beautiful views beneath a Japanese maple canopy. The main bedroom and ensuite is a sanctuary of indulgence and overlooks the pool with direct access.
This statement home boasts in slab hydronic heating, a 7.5 kw solar system, video intercom, ducted vacuum, integrated Daikin reverse cycle units, 1300 Heat & Glo Mezzo fireplace, artisan light fittings, Krix integrated interior/exterior speakers, automated double garaging and features too numerous to highlight. Without compromise including its position, in one of Beaumariss premier beachside avenues, moments to The Concourse & Donald McDonald Reserve and Ricketts Point beach which is literally just around the corner.
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