These seeking to make a tree-change sea-change, however not eager to for go a luxurious life-style, would possibly wish to think about the award-winning dwelling of Queensland designer and builder Lee-ann Pitcher, which is in the marketplace for $2.3 million.
The house at 26 The Sands Property, Barrier Road, Port Douglas, has an progressive kitchen design that received the Grasp Builders award and a HIA Queensland award for finest kitchen in 2012.
It includes a semi-precious Onyx mild field from which extands a 3m stone island bench, giving the impression that the counter is floating in mid-air.
The kitchen additionally has bespoke full-height cabinetry, two built-in fridge/freezers, a Siemens induction cooktop, pyrolytic self-cleaning oven, steam oven, espresso machine and vary hood, completed off with Italian Gessi faucets and Franke German sinks.
But the luxurious doesn’t cease within the kitchen, however moderately extends all through the home and consists of 3m-high ceilings, an 8m-high eating room turret, bespoke joinery, porcelain tiles, a cut up face marble characteristic wall, New Guinea Rosewood frames and recessed bespoke insect screens all through the whole dwelling.
The three bedrooms embody Italian fossilised marble within the ensuites. The master bedroom has a walk-in gown and toilet with twin vainness, stand-alone tub and entry to a non-public out of doors space with a spherical tub set in spa-like surrounds
Designed and styled from high to backside by Pitcher, she says she has “cherished, cherished, cherished dwelling in the home for the previous 5 years; it’s only a lovely place to be.”
An indoor-outdoor life-style is essence of this dwelling, and regardless of the place you’re in the home there’s a window or door that opens onto or overlooks some a part of the outside, which features a lily pond, entertaining space, 7m swimming pool and low upkeep gardens with
a pure creek.
The home is in the marketplace by Barbara Wolveridge of Queensland Sotheby’s Port Douglas.