Ultimate Family Design, Ultimate Location
View-focused architecture meets family-focused living in this spectacular multi-level, multi-living, multi-suite home between the park and the sand. On high between MacDonald Reserve and Rickett's Point, this immense five bedroom plus home-office, 4.5 bathroom, five-plus zone home leads the way in family living with basement theatre and gym for entertainment, entry-level formal, family and al fresco zones for entertaining, two vast first-floor lounges (one with bay-views and balcony) for family harmony... and a spectacular roof-deck for views from Oliver's Hill to the city rooftops!

Designed for parental privacy with a ground-floor master domain and separate "boys and girls" zones, this leading-edge home has ensuite access for every bedroom and a huge home office behind cavity sliders. Opening beyond a graphic façade punctuated by pillarless-corner windows, interiors have an industrial edge with rich Blackbutt timber, slick stone and Corian benchtops, cool iron stairs and a sculptural glass-lift. Starring a sleek Ilve kitchen with expertly organised butlers pantry (including wine-fridge and sink) and a massive master-ensuite (with dual vanity and freestanding bath), the home stretches out to every corner with lofty up to 3m ceilings and a vast master dressing-room.

Appointed with zoned climate-control plus a gas-fireplace, ducted vacuum, video-intercom, an alarm and massive water-storage, this exceptional family design extends to a vast 8-car basement garage and fully reticulated gardens wrapping around to the north-west to include a sparkling, fully-tiled pool. A drop-kick to the Reserve, a splash to the bay and an easy walk to The Concourse and new Secondary College, this is the ultimate family design in the ultimate parkside, beachside, school-zone location. For more information about this family-wise architect design contact Romana Altman or Mark Earle.
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