West Coast Domain | House of the Week: Home born to entertain

House of the Week

4 BED | 3 BATH | 2 CAR

  • Address: 20 Baudin Place, Port Lincoln
  • Price: $650,000
  • Agent: Harris Real Estate
  • Contact: Karen Lombe 0408 886 664
  • Inspect: Expressions of interest close Tuesday, October 8 at 12pm (unless sold prior)

Like a villa perched high on the hills of Santorini, this crowd-pleaser offers absolute privacy, a head-turning facade and quality around every corner.

Only this time, you can swap the Mediterranean for Boston Bay and Santorini's sunsets for soul soothing sunrises. Put simply; Port Lincoln has never looked so good.

The current owners joined forces with local firm Lowe and Redding Design to create something original with local limestone feature walls and soaring angled rooflines.

Within is a contemporary mix of living zones, sleek bathrooms and four bedrooms, one of which belongs to a newly-completed lower level retreat with king sized bedroom, ensuite, lounge room, and external access, which could offer ideal AirBnB potential.

The greatest triumph here is the main open-plan living zone that inhales those views in away that only 3.7m- high ceilings can.

With its stone benchtops, Miele appliances and bi-fold windows that open to the entertainer's terrace, the kitchen is a functional statement piece in a transformation with the kind of attention to detail that only comes at the hands of an owner/builder.

The timber-decked patio watches over the bay to serve a prime place for spring dinner. The kids can play freely and safely among the lawns and gardens below.

Wake up like never before in a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, walk-in robe and direct access to your private decking; Boston Bay dotted with islands and national park as far as the eye can see.

Additional features include underfloor heating in the main living zone, split system air-conditioning, storage galore and a double garage.

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