We thought we’d introduce you to one of our recently completed luxury homes in beautiful Yaroomba.

This home is bold and modern with dominating horizontal lines at the entry and roof which create an overhang, shadow, and different shades of light, bringing drama and depth to the façade.

Overhang. Photo by Cade Mooney.

The design provides multi-faceted focal points that cleverly minimize the impact of the garage and add to street appeal. These design elements are replicated in the rear façade with the patio, window awning, and eaves.

End-game: interest and sophistication. Photo by Cade Mooney.

The pool is perfectly placed to one side of the house so that pool views can be soaked up from the living and outdoor entertainment areas: visual excellence.

Lifestyle! Photo by Cade Mooney.

A combination of rendered block, EDS, and Scyon Axent trim provide texture and finish to the exterior of the house and weatherability for the beach climes.

Textures. Photo by Cade Mooney.

The home was designed to comply with very stringent estate development covenants; the street façade, fencing,and landscaping were particularly influenced by these demands.

When covenants are used to advantage. Photo by Cade Mooney.

Inside, the stairs on a single steel mono-rail with white mahogany open stair treads and glass balustrading, evoke a breathtaking ‘ah’ moment as you enter through the front door – simply stunning. The stairs are a gorgeous visual feature within the house and bring contemporary luxury to the fore; situated adjacent to external windows, both the timber and glass are accentuated with natural light.

Let there be light. Photo by Cade Mooney.

Light emanates from the living area with its 5700 high ceiling and extensive tiled areas in Belgian stone, spilling into both other elements of the ground floor as well as into the upper level through the void area. So much natural light cascading through the house feels amazing.

A room with a view. Photo by Cade Mooney.

Fabulously central, the full-height tiled feature wall is the stunning focal point of the living area, drawing the eye to the 5700 high ceiling. The feature is clad with 750 square Corfu Gris glazed and polished tiles.

Visually exquisite. Photo by Cade Mooney.

The upper level is all about easy-living; timber-look Karndean Brideport vinyl covers the floor in all but the wet areas.

Functional and beautiful. Photo by Cade Mooney.

The ensuite and bathroom feature tiled floors, with the same tiles lining the walls, providing clean, clean lines and minimal grout lines. Joinery uses classic 20mm Caesar stone on benchtops with a 2 PAC finish to panels and doors. Blum soft close hinges and tracks ensure this is a modern, functional configuration with ‘no handle’ design in both the ensuite and bathroom joinery. Very liveable.

Caeser stone benchtops. Photo by Cade Mooney.

We’d love to hear what you think.