357 Duke Road, DOONAN, QLD, 4562, Striking, award-winning home in Noosa's hinterland
Sleek in style and minimalist in design, this award-winning home is a master class in luxury. Created by renowned designer Gerard Smith and brought to life by builder Dean McEwan, this strikingly modern abode effortlessly combines contemporary style with complete comfort. Recently awarded the National Design Excellence Award for 2018 from the Building Designers Association of Australia. From the moment you enter the custom glass pivot door, it's clear to see why this home impressed the astute judges.
Expansive walls of glass are topped with a gravity defying flat roof that pays homage to that relaxed Palms Springs style so often imitated but rarely reimagined, like this home. Soaring ceilings and luxe finishes combine to create a high-end feel that exudes elegance.
The glass allows unobstructed views over the pool, out to the eastern coastline and down to the hinterland. The home's elevated position and 1.12-hectare block allow complete privacy as well as a sprawling four-bedroom floorplan that can easily accommodate a large family.
The kitchen is finished with black timber cabinetry to appease the style conscious, while the home chef will relish the suite of Bosch appliances including three wall ovens, an integrated dishwasher and induction cooktop, plus a huge butler's pantry.
The kitchen is open to the palatial living spaces complete with a suspended fireplace and flat screen TV. A media lounge, home office, powder room and large laundry with access to a drying court complete the floorplan.
Living spills seamlessly out to a large alfresco area and a grassed area perfect for parties or the kids. The award-winning, infinity-edge saltwater pool is the ultimate place to rest and take in the serenity of this hinterland hideaway.
This home comes with an abundance of extra features including a triple-car garage, plus parking for up to 12 cars under the home. Remote-controlled window dressings feature throughout, while there is a 15kW solar system and storage for up to 200,000l of rainwater.