Less than 200 metres from the shimmering waters of South Cottesloe, this eclectic home is as luxurious as it is welcoming and warm.
Let’s take a peek inside thanks to our friends at Crib Creative!
Its mid-century origins are echoed throughout – not just in its geometric façade, offset by that winding pathway and coastal garden – but with a spectacular use of spotted gum in floors, ceilings and an impressive raft of built-in cabinetry.
Dominating the façade are a series of sliding timber screens, which shield the north-facing balcony, adjoining the upper level living and dining room.
On the ground level, the home’s hub centres around that impressively timber-clad kitchen. While resolutely minimalist, the floor-to-ceiling spotted gum cabinetry, recessed lighting and window into the backyard ensures it doesn’t feel cold or unwelcoming.
Floor-to-ceiling sliding doors create a seamless flow between inside and out – whether you’re moving between the living room and the grove-like garden or from the kitchen into the elegant alfresco with built-in fireplace and barbecue.
On the same level of the home, the primary bedroom suite is a contemporary oasis – with plenty of mid-century charm. Built-in storage showcases more of that glorious timber grain and impart some of that mid-century flavour while being the ultimate in practicality, and make the basis of that sweet window seat. Across the hall, a cosy study looks out onto the home’s lush entryway.
Upstairs, two more bedrooms, two more bathrooms and a retreat mean there’s plenty of space for you and the kids, guests and anyone else to spread out.
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Photos courtesy of Crib Creative.