The first box, or pavilion, includes the garage, second bedroom, second bathroom and a bunk room and hallway – this is where you enter. The middle pavilion has a very generous open-plan living, dining and kitchen space. And the third pavilion is home to the private master suite, complete with a large walk-in robe.
Of course, this is only half the living space the home offers. An outdoor room with operable louvres extends out from the kitchen/dining area, with another sprawling timber deck alongside, in front of the informal living space.
Giant glass sliders glide away – making the modern indoor and outdoor living spaces one.
The home has several other decks, including one by the master bedroom, as well as a large courtyard deck to the rear, also reached by sliding glass doors.
“The property has spectacular views, but typically with that come strong winds,” says King.
“The rear courtyard gives shelter from the prevailing south and east winds, while at the same time maintaining a connection to the views through the sliders and windows.”