Stunning designer home with five-car garage
Inspired by Japanese architecture, this classy residence is as lavish as it is functional.
And with a raft of extraordinary features, including hallway portholes with views into the swimming pool suspended from the third floor and secure parking for five vehicles, the home at 5B Overton Gardens, Cottesloe takes luxury living to the next level.
Dubbed The Bell House for its views of Cottesloe’s iconic ocean pylon, which is also known as “the bell”, the brand new four bedroom, three bathroom mansion centres on simplistic, yet sophisticated design elements, with the juxtaposition of timber features and black trim.
Selling agent Jody Fewster, from Ray White Cottesloe-Mosman Park, says the remarkable design, by Michael Wilson, of Plan Design Build, had resulted in an outstanding plan that spans four levels and seamlessly connects inside and out, with plenty of natural light.
“The fact that there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and garaging for five cars on a 295sqm block is testament to the fabulous design,” Fewster says.
“There are portholes on the first floor…and the middle pedestrian entry level and there are portholes that you see into the swimming pool. But they’re very clever because they also draw light into the property. There are also light wells in the middle of the home.
“It’s got great scale, great lighting capture and fabulous air flow through the whole place, so you really can feel like you’re in your very own exclusive, luxurious beach shack.
The pool is suspended from the third floor. Picture: realestate.com.auOther exceptional features include a glass-walled wine room, elevator, gymnasium, C-bus and home automation, and under floor heating and cooling.
Fewster is seeking offers from $4.7 million.