Extension adds to bespoke approach
THE hallmark of this stylish residence is its unique design, which sees a renovated Queenslander cottage seamlessly incorporated with a contemporary extension.
Set on 541sq m, and boasting an array of quality interior design elements, the fourbedroom house also includes a striking facade dominated by sleek lines and timber embellishments.
The upper level is home to the central living and sleeping accommodation, with a two-car garage on the lower level.
A covered veranda partially wraps around the upper level, providing a venue for outdoor leisure and dining, plus multiple entry points to the interior,
The main entry flows through to an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, complete with hardwood timber floors, warm tones and a partially concealed study nook.
Timber wall panelling adds to the charm of the bespoke kitchen, which also includes stone benchtops, pendant lighting, a breakfast bar and plenty of cabinetry.
Nearby, a wall of glass and timber bi-fold doors opens to a covered timber deck adjoining the landscaped rear gardens.
Offering space for outdoor dining and entertainment, the deck also boasts a servery window to the kitchen and separate access to the laundry.
Towards the front of the layout, near the entry, is a bedroom that includes an ensuite with shower and glass doors opening to the veranda.
Beyond the study nook and a nearby powder room, an enclosed bridge leads to the second part of the upper level.
At the end of the hallway are three bedrooms and a central bathroom, featuring a combined bathtub and shower configuration.
The main suite includes an ensuite, a built-in wardrobe and private access to a second smaller deck.
The remaining two bedrooms feature built-in wardrobes.
In addition, the chic property enjoys proximity to the dining and shopping precincts of Paddington and Rosalie, and is also close to public transport options.