Sleek lines impress both inside and out
DESIGNED by architect Shaun Lockyer, this two-storey residence exudes contemporary living with a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor spaces.
Built in a quiet and private location on 607sq m of flat, grassy land, the house combines a minimal street presence with a design style that differs from floor to floor.
Through the front door on the upper level, the remnants of an original 1920s worker’s cottage have been converted into four plush and spacious bedrooms.
The bedrooms are located off a central hallway, with the main in the far left corner of the house. Designed to make the most of natural light and space, the main bedroom has expansive glass windows taking advantage of an uninterrupted leafy outlook, as well as a walkin wardrobe and an ensuite with twin vanities, timber cabinetry and tiled flooring.
Adjoining this bedroom, on the right side of the house, is a family room with a void overlooking the downstairs living space. In front of the family room is a bathroom, again with double vanities, timber cabinetry and tiled flooring.
Also on the upper level is another bedroom to the left of the entrance, as well as a double garage with internal entry opposite a staircase leading to the lower level.
Downstairs, an open-plan kitchen, living and dining space features polished concrete flooring and extends through timber and glass sliding doors to a covered timber and tiled patio.
From the patio, steps lead down to a glass fenced, 9.5m pool.
The kitchen is appointed with a butler’s pantry, Calacatta marble, CaesarStone splashback, spotted gum polished timber and Miele appliances, with a door opening to the side of the property.
To the front of the lower level is a study nook, bathroom, another living area and storage space with outdoor access.
Complementing the house’s mix of polished concrete, timber and carpet flooring is a neutral colour scheme, and all bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.