This luxurious accommodation in Eagle Bay delivers a real wow factor from the moment you walk in the door.
Stunning floor-to-ceiling windows in the sophisticated living areas, offer high-impact but very private bush views. Designed by Dane Richardson of Dane Design Australia, the property maximises its setting on an acre of exquisite bushland. Every aspect of this unique home suggests casual elegance and style, with contemporary finishes, comfortable living areas and plenty of room for sumptuous outdoor entertaining.
The front entrance to the house is protected by a high stone wall, and on entering the garden you will immediately start to feel you are somewhere quite special. The front door opens directly onto the spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge room which in turn overlooks a fantastic outdoor entertaining area. This large living area is split by a commanding two-way fireplace that provides a focal point and heat during the winter months. The reverse cycle air-conditioning keeps this spacious living area cool in summer.
The master bedroom and ensuite are upstairs in one wing, along with a downstairs study with Wi-fi. The remaining bedrooms and a bathroom are on the opposite upstairs wing. The downstairs of this wing has another bathroom, the laundry, and the media room. This is a large area and the perfect retreat for both adults and children, with comfortable seating, TV/DVD player, a pool table and access to a table tennis table.
This is a very beautiful home with lots of indulgent touches. There is ample room for parking up to four cars or a boat. and walking to the beach is an easy five minute stroll along a flat path to glittering Eagle Bay beach.
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- Stunning architecture
- Commanding two-sided fire place in open plan living area
- Spectacular entrance
- Outdoor living and dining areas
- Very private and secluded
- This property is located within a residential area, outside noise must be kept to a minimum