This 2-bedroom, red brick cottage was derelict and in need of some tender love and care. Often, it’s the bones of the building that speak to you; the flicker of natural light through the trees, that feeling of expansion when you imagine a wall coming down and the feeling of serenity living in a home where the rainforest meets the sea.
Designed as a phased build in a bush fire and slip zone, the old building was lovingly restored to retain its initial feelings of warmth and cosiness. A new glass breezeway delicately links a 2-storey extension, increasing access to natural light and ensuring all liveable rooms have access to the peaceful ocean views.
This home has been designed to nurture those within by embracing deeply personal planning, celebrating life’s daily rituals and focusing on beautifully crafted details. There is an overarching sense of timelessness and comfort within to ensure the result is breathtaking.