A new home with Californian bungalow influences
This house was much larger and more elaborate than the homes we think of when we use the term Bungalow.
The house was designed with the Californian bungalow red clinker brick in mind and built to reflect a modern influence on the property’s heritage.
The style can almost instantly be recognised by the columns holding up a front veranda area, gabled roof style with slate looking terracotta tiles and large pillars supporting the framed front verandah.
Like all typical Californian Bungalow’s this house is more than reasonably sized, with four bedrooms (the master bedroom has a large ensuite and walk in robe, a study desk area with glass worktop and additional cabinetry for storage) , large “his-and-hers” study with internal double sliding doors opening towards the courtyard views.
The formal living room is complete with streetscape views which includes the homes well manicured and landscaped front gardens. The room also features a bar with bar table and stools, which can be closed off from the living area by a floor to ceiling glass sliding door. Access from the the bar to the courtyard provides ease for the home’s entertainer’s complete with undercover kitchenette barbecue with commercial range hood, sink and storage cabinetry.
There are also two additional separate living rooms that are protected from the summer sun. A home theatre complete with CBUS automation system for full control of not only the theatre room but the property’s entire lighting and automation needs.
The kitchen, dining room and laundry are all placed towards the rear of the home, with access to natural light highlighted by three sets of french doors opening out towards the rear backyard. The property’s internal courtyard is laced with a floor to ceiling frame-less glass windows, which is part of the main corridor leading towards the back of the property.
This entertainers delight is built by Estruct with decorative finishes to an extremely high standard.