Sold 05/12/2019 $1,600,000
An enthusiasm for Mid-century design has been deftly rendered for contemporary living on 756sqm (approx.) in Old Mount Martha just 290m from the beach track. Architect David Norman has lifted the roof on a classic beach side bungalow to create grand spaces finished with a meticulous attention to detail in this 3-bedroom home. Landscaped gardens in a crisp palette of citrusy greens surround a all-seasons solar heated pool whilst the sunny entry steps through to a tonal blend of natural surfaces and rich sunlight. Tasmanian oak floors, stacking glass doors and Carrara marble are used throughout to conjure a warmth and intimacy that blur the boundary between indoor and outdoor living. Open fireplaces anchor both lounge areas whilst the De Dietrich kitchen obscures a mud-room entry and laundry that doubles as a scullery for large scale entertaining. The contemporary floorplan incorporates zoned living with family bedrooms stepping out to a study and separate lounge whilst the master retreat is quieted beyond the home’s hearth. Zoned 25kw refrigerated ducted cooling and heat, generous carport with undercover access, powder room and plentiful storage. Buses to outstanding Peninsula schools are within skipping distance whilst the charms of village shopping and beachside pursuits vie for distraction from where joy is an everyday luxury.