Positioned behind the sand dunes that border the beach, this home may not have water views but it is a minutes walk to the beach and it is private, a sought after commodity in a busy seaside town.
Crafted from rich timbers and Mt Gambier limestone by Sheridan Builders, occupants could be mistaken for thinking they were at a top Balinese resort.
Check out the fantastic location.Source:Supplied
The design of the house at 148 Orton St was based on a square and provides zoned accommodation with a huge central courtyard with pool.
An outdoor room is one of the highlights of the house as it has its own kitchen, pizza oven, dining area and loungeroom with TV and integrated sound system plus ceiling heaters, gas log fireplace, cafe blinds and plantation shutters.
On one side of the outdoor room is the swimming pool with rock waterfall feature and on the other side is a courtyard.
The facade includes two double garages.Source:Supplied
The ceiling above the dining room was designed to let natural light in.Source:Supplied
The house wraps around this central outdoor area and is divided into different zones.
One wing is dedicated to parents. It includes the main bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite that has a concealed shower and toilet and a spa bath that sits below bi-fold windows out to a courtyard.
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