An inner swimming pool and a fish pond kind the primary centrepiece of this soon-to-be-built Japanese-inspired Sunshine Coast residence.
Award-winning Queensland constructing designer Chris Clout created the masterpiece, referred to as Ocean Rise.
Mr Clout, of Chris Clout Design, mentioned the multi-level residence on a 500 to 600 sqm block would price about $4 million to construct.
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The house contains Japanese influences comparable to a fish pond on the center stage.
Mr Clout mentioned the design was “very distinctive”.
“I haven’t finished one thing like this earlier than,” he mentioned. “There’s water in every single place and the home is elevated to get the perfect views from the northern finish of Sunshine Seashore to Coolum.”
The four-bedroom, six-bathroom residence has built-in swimming pools and water options, Mr Clout mentioned.
“The pool out the entrance is sort of a lap pool. You may swim by the home below a bridge, after which across the out of doors entertaining space.”
An previous seashore shack from about 30 years in the past presently sits on the sloping block, which Mr Clout described because the ‘greatest non seashore entrance block’.
Different options of the luxe property embody a four-car basement, a central courtyard and a rooftop terrace.
There’s a giant wine cellar, bar, fitness center, music room, and a raise. Mr Clout is understood for his standout designs, notably Crusoe Home at Castaways Seashore , a four-level home likened to a superyacht.
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