• May 18, 2017

When you already have the address of your dreams, what about the home?

106 Louisa Road, Birchgrove

Suburb and position are no longer the only attributes to a great house, especially when similar interiors are offered in the neighbourhood. What sets your home apart from the others?

Bespoke design and a ‘no expense spared’ approach to creating a unique dream home you will love is the key for wow factor. A stellar example of fearless and personalised design is shown at 106 Louisa Road Birchgrove that we have just listed on the market.

Inspired by Hong Kong street food markets, this absolute waterfront property is an eclectic mix of vibrant colours, innovative design and dedicated entertaining spaces across three levels. It’s rare that a waterfront property has each level with dedicated areas to spend time in, not just the lounge room.

All of these elements make up a truly inspiring home:

Style and inspiration

Standout features you place in your home gives you a chance to truly express yourself, making your home a reflection of you. The owners of this Birchgrove home had Asian inspiration. Japanese doors with custom-built joinery slide into the walls as a seamless, space saver, going beyond a regular swinging door. This asian theme also continues with a Hong Kong street market themed bar on the bottom tier, directly facing the water for summer entertaining. Bespoke features including the commercial grade wok facilities, Robata grill from Yakitori and neon lights take the street market feel to a more sophisticated level.

Don’t be afraid of colour

Splashes of vibrant hues are seen around the house, another nod to the Asian inspiration. Orange detailing makes the kitchen look fresh and vibrant. One of the bathrooms has a top of the range red toilet seat made by Ferrari. It makes a great contrast against the white and black bathroom. Another bathroom has Italian glazed tiles in a blue hue, giving another different look and feel.

Technology for beauty and comfort 

Innovative design offers beauty and creature comforts. The powder room is a haven for a makeup artist with a Hollywood design lighting system with light globes around the mirror.

One of the bathrooms has a beautiful clawed-foot curved bath. With a flick of a switch, the windows turn opaque for privacy but it goes to another level. The wave contoured ceiling has 250 fairy lights embedded in the pattern of the southern lights so you can take a bath under the stars, complete with Southern Cross.

The master bedroom also has specialised wallpaper with an aerial image of Sydney CBD, an alternative from the water views.

Another great feature is the custom made seating around the gas fireplace for casual entertaining while cooking up a storm in the kitchen.

To arrange an inspection, contact Matthew Hayson on 0411 519 190. 


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