Quirky, modernistic, out there, fun, open plan, Japanese influenced, minimalist. These are just a few words that this home has been called.
From the front sliding barn door to the high shine varnished concrete bench outdoor dining table, this home exudes difference.
There are no conventional doors separating sleeping areas from the living spaces. Japanese Shoji screens form the separations. Two rooms are definitively separate, but the third can be a bedroom or part of a living space making the flexibility and inspiration of the resident the defining limitation.
Entrance to exit is open plan with the industrial designed kitchen being the focal point for living and entertainment. With a shinny varnished central concrete work bench and stainless steel storage cupboards and wall sheeting forming the main open plan kitchen, the second sliding barn door expands this space in to the entertainers dream by extending the bench in to a dining table outdoors. This brings you living indoors, outdoors and is a stunning attribute to the property.
With a massive central bathroom with walk in shower and concrete topped vanity, the house is tied together by its industrial design and modernistic presentation.
This home is not for everyone. You must love living in the heart of the tropics and be wanting a home that will make that definitive statement about who you are. I believe that you will either love it or hate it but which ever it is to be, this is a home that you must look at, so call the agent to arrange your private inspection or come to one of our open home inspection times.
* Different from the front and from the inside.
* Open plan and yet separable sleeping spaces.
* Great use of Shoji Japanese sliding screens.
* Massive bathroom with walk in shower.
* A kitchen to bring a smile to your face every day.
* You will love it or hate it. Come have a look
- Type: House
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Land Area: 607m²
- CrossOver: Right
- Car Ports: 1
- Open Car Spaces: 1