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Built across an entire 1100sqm block in Dalkeith,
this home smoothly flows from the front to
the rear laneway, its timeless design and
incorporation of high-quality natural materials
a visual feast.
The house uses smart methods of concealment
and placement to accentuate bold design, allowing
for the house’s key features to overshadow
exhausts, air-conditioning grilles and other
services that it’s preferable to keep hidden.
Starting at the cobblestone driveway, brushed
Carrara marble tiles lead to the front door, framed
by a series of raised planters, landscaped areas,
timber decking and a succession of stone clad
stepping-stones, effectively creating an inviting
feel to the home.
The foyer has a gently curved wall that begins
at the entry, and which acts as the spine of
the house, and improves flow and movement
throughout the building.
To the left of the entry foyer is a superbly
appointed guest bedroom and ensuite with its own
private terrace, plus a home theatre complete with
a hidden drop-down projector.
Visitors will be impressed with an open-plan
lounge, entered through a curved bulkhead and
complete with a double-height void, housing
a fireplace and bookcase and a padded fabric
feature wall. The lounge flows seamlessly to the
dining room and kitchen, which is complete with
Gaggenau appliances and custom LED lighting.
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