Space, pri­vacy and com­fort

Whitsunday Times - - REAL ESTATE -

“WE WANTED a home that ac­cents space, pri­vacy and fam­ily com­fort,” said the cur­rent own­ers.

This home has been ac­com­plished in a quite spec­tac­u­lar way, which is ev­i­dent from the mo­ment you step through the front doors.

The mod­ern liv­ing ar­eas with their high ceil­ings and pol­ished con­crete floors are de­signed to con­tain all mem­bers of the fam­ily with­out re­strict­ing move­ment through­out the home.

The de­sign of the media room takes you to another world while view­ing movies or State of Ori­gin matches. The fu­tur­is­tic elec­tri­cal sys­tem, which in­te­grates all the home de­vices, adds to your con­ve­nience as well as elim­i­nat­ing power wastage.

The master bed­room is quite sep­a­rate from the three other king-size bed­rooms.

Other fea­tures in­clude an of­fice with a front en­try, a gym­na­sium or games and study room, and in­ter­nal en­try to the large dou­ble garage.

There are two en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas. The main swimming pool has an im­mac­u­late bar­be­cue and cov­ered en­ter­tain­ment area with tim­ber deck­ing, and the other area has a stone-pitched pizza oven sur­rounded by ex­pan­sive lawns.

The huge work­shop and other garag­ing area at the rear of the 4000sq m al­lot­ment have a sep­a­rate side en­trance.

There is a self-con­tained unit in this area per­fect for un­ex­pected guests. The prop­erty has a per­mit to con­duct a busi­ness on site.

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