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THE MASTER SUITE,
LOCATED AT THE FRONT
OF THE HOME, FEATURES
VIEWS AND ITS OWN
is beachfront Mullaloo abode was designed
to capture the ocean vista and provide ample
After considering the site's natural topography,
which included a 3.5m rise from the front to the
rear boundary, it became clear that an undercroft
garage was an important design solution.
As well as a four-car garage, the undercroft
features storage areas for recreational equipment,
a lift foyer and a separate staircase. e acoustics
of the space also made it ideal for a custom-built
e home's offset front entry and understated
stair layout allow for the flowing spaces on
both the ground and top floors to benefit from
unobstructed ocean views.
e open-plan kitchen, dining and living area
is framed by dramatic picture windows and flows
out to a north-facing alfresco space. is private
area has a great relationship with the informal
living spaces, which can be used in less favourable
An activity area with large windows makes
good use of the northerly aspect and flows into
a private gym area. Both areas are framed by
a lap pool, which features a linear water wall
and timber sundeck.
A guest suite, located to the front of the
residence, has clear sight lines, while two
secondary bedrooms to the rear make up the
remaining ground floor accommodation.
Making use of the highest point of the building
envelope, the central plane of the top floor is split
pitched and has huge raked ceilings with north-
facing windows. e master suite, located at the
front of the home, features both spectacular views
and its own private lounge.
Raked ceilings soar above the upstairs games
room, which features a north-facing, 4.3m-high
glass opening. is entertainment area flows into a
second living area, which features a contemporary
bar and leads out to a large, curved balcony. is
balcony shades the ground floor areas below, while
the large awnings provide protection from the sun.
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