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The simplistic and stylish nature of this cutting edge home brings together futuristic elements of design with the home of tomorrow. The fusion of floor to ceiling glass panels, stone, Italian tiles, steel and water elements, combined with the interplay of light creates this spacious, contemporary, modern home. features includes four large bedrooms, study, bathroom, power room and Ensuites. Chic yet practical the entertainers kitchen has plenty of storage, including bifold windows across opening out onto the expensive outdoor entertainment area. three separate living zones are created within the home- Media room, family room and mezzanine overlooking the breath taking split level pool which provide uninterrupted views making this design perfect for a waterfront home.
The strikingly bold Cherrybrook incorporates slate, stone and rendering to create a signature home and an impressive example of modern architecture. designed for the modern family seeking functionality without compromising space, the Cherrybrook provides a luxurious living environment complete with all the smart features the discerning homeowner could wish for. With the theatre style media room, three study zones, there is plenty of room for all the family members and their guest. Boasting four spacious bedrooms and all with walk in wardrobes including master with chic Ensuites, the homes also features and extra bedroom which doubles as a rumpus room. outdoor living is taken to the next echelon with a generous alfresco area overlooking the architecturally designed swimming pool. this impressively appointed home promises to be a talking point among the neighbours.
The “Pulbah” captures views up to the sky and into the trees making you feel very much in tune with the environment. The timber boardwalk leading to the front entry is the first suggestion of what is to come. The floor levels are split to create interesting spaces within the home, also allowing the home to float above the ground. Separate living and sleeping areas, allowing for privacy and relaxation. These areas can be closed off for thermal comfort or opened up to allow cross flow of breezes. There are a number of different decks around the home, opening off the open plan living areas, allowing you to chase the sun at different times of the day. A servery off the galley kitchen opens directly onto one deck for outdoor entertaining. A separate flexible study space can be used as an extra bedroom for guests. Use of natural timber decking, balustrades and feature brickwork make this home a unique architectural experience.