The warmth of cedar cladding contrasts with this home’s light and airy interior. Punctuations of black are used with impact.
Classic, yet contemporary, this cedar weatherboard home in Bethlehem is a beauty. Traditional materials are married with modern necessities, including that all-important indoor-outdoor flow. Residents can bask in the full sun of the garden and lawn or share a drink under the shade of the Bowranda; the covered alfresco area functions as an outdoor lounge on fine days.
The home stands tall on its slightly elevated site. Spread over two levels, four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two living areas reside comfortably on 195sqm. Windows frame pleasant views and welcome in natural light while retaining privacy from the neighbouring homes.
The kitchen forms the nucleus of family activity. Dramatic granite benchtops stand out against the light, bright background. Titanium adds a flash of detail. Wrapped in granite, the island is a true transformer – it serves breakfast by morning and moonlights as a bar when guests drop by. The adjoining dining space sets the scene for civilised soirees and everyday family feasts – uniting sophistication and tradition.