Adrift Beach House is set beachside amongst Tuckeroo and Pandanus trees just back from the rainforest and sand dunes which separates the property from the beach in Suffolk Park, New South Wales, Australia. The beach house has been recently renovated by Heanesbuilt, who retained the original character of the house to integrate with the new building. The original building comprises a large living room/study with stone fireplace, two bedrooms one with en-suite, and a bathroom with laundry. The new building comprises a kitchen/dining room and living room on the lower level, with a master bedroom with a sunny balcony looking out onto the tree canopy and ocean on the upper level.
Large bifolds in the kitchen/dining and living rooms allow internal areas to connect seamlessly with the rainforest, pool courtyard and outdoor seating area creating an expansive feeling of space, with a total living area of 4,391 square feet (408 square meters). The two buildings are linked with a covered dining area framed with Bali doors. The north facing private courtyard contains a 6×3 metre pool with swim jets. A stone faced cabana has a daybed and a storage room behind large Bali doors. A path leads from the house to the high dune overlooking the beach with views from the Byron lighthouse to Broken Head. A separate path leads to the beach. What do you think of this fabulous beach house, would you buy it?
Adrift Beach House is listed for sale at $2.5 million, from here.
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