Bespoke yet func­tional fea­tures have been used to de­sign this con­tem­po­rary Run­away Bay home, which boasts a min­i­mal­ist style

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS JES­SICA BROWN

CON­TEM­PO­RARY de­sign and min­i­mal­ist style have been ex­pertly blended to create this Run­away Bay home.

The new res­i­dence, which has a neigh­bour­ing iden­ti­cal twin, boasts bespoke yet func­tional fea­tures.

It has three bed­rooms plus a study with an open kitchen, din­ing and liv­ing area that flow through floor-to-ceil­ing slid­ing doors onto an al­fresco area.

The master bed­room fea­tures a walk-in wardrobe and en­suite while the two re­main­ing bed­rooms share a bath­room.

In the kitchen, there are mar­ble bench­tops, a walk-in pantry, in­te­grated dish­washer and Bosch ap­pli­ances.

A stand­out fea­ture of the home is the mosque tiling in the bath­rooms, one of which has a free­stand­ing bath.

There is space for a pool to be built in the front yard as a large dou­ble garage and drive­way is in the back­yard.

Bleached wood, white and grey hues and chrome fix­tures give the home a lux­u­ri­ous touch while high ceil­ings ac­cen­tu­ate its sense of space.

The house is po­si­tioned on its 460sq m block to take ad­van­tage of the northerly sun in win­ter as well as coastal breezes in sum­mer.

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