Grand timber staircase
The defining feature of the home is its open concept ground plan, which is organised around a grand timber staircase at the heart of the house.
The central stair bends and flows between floors, clad in a rich rift-cut white oak.
A natural glow from four generous skylights above the stairs washes through the top floors of the house, playing on the two-storey, custom-designed oak Art Screen.
Expansive glazing ensures that the interiors are bathed in sunlight at all times.
Automated blinds and adjustable lighting provide the perfect mood for any activity or simply to rest.
Full height timber windows bookend the breezeways to allow light to flood the corridors, creating a space that is fresh, airy, and graceful.
Its upper floors and basement are no different – even the basement rooms are intentionally designed to feel as though they are above ground.
Movement through the ground floor is always oriented by views across the breezeways that also allow air to circulate around the core of the house.
Strategically placed fireplaces seamlessly integrate and distinguish spaces: a family room, living space, dining, a kitchen complemented with a butler’s pantry and store, breakfast nook, powder room, and office.
The upper floor contains four bedrooms with individual ensuites and walk-in closets, plus a second office with full-height glass doors and a walk-out balcony.
Halfway below ground, the 3m plus high basement features a gym and games room, while sub-level 2 boasts a golf simulator (that doubles as a theatre room), a wine cellar, and a humidor.