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On a two-hectare site overlooking the Turanga Creek you’ll find the three distinct gabled forms of this exquisite 472sqm house. Each pavilion has a distinct purpose and the three are separated by a glass and black cedar-screened entry, which provides a glimpse of the views beyond, while maintaining privacy in the house. The cedar cladding on the main living wing folds inside to become part of the warm timber, stone and steel interior. Large glass sliding walls and the enclosed exterior lounge blur the lines between inside and out. The two-storey wing is a retreat for the owners, and contains the main bedroom, ensuite and office. You’ll find lush oak finishes here, creating a warm and rustic atmosphere. The third wing is a special place for the three children of the family and opens up to a large outside play area. Hidden in the nearby media room is a secret roof loft for the kids. The three intricately crafted wings and large pool area have been built and positioned to create separate outside living spaces for different weather conditions, seasons, views and, importantly, for a growing family.

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