This super chic beachside home belies the clients’ tight budget with considered architectural design making this small home look much more expensive. Unusually the house is directed south with a full length gable end window to take advantage of the ever changing Southern Ocean views. Although its south-facing the home is still warm and light thanks to its super insulated walls and roof.
To minimise the footprint and maximise value the house is on two levels with the downstairs featuring a small light-filled open plan living, kitchen, with two bedrooms and a bathroom to the rear. Upstairs contains the master bedroom, ensuite, walk-in-robe, and study. Its super high performing with insulation and airtight characteristics which limit the need for heating. Fully clad in black cedar with a contrasting white roof the home stands boldly in its native bush landscape.