18 Pardoner Road Rye
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Architecturally Rich with Natural Elements and Warm Coastal Vibe
Effortlessly capturing the essence of its coastal setting, the architectural elements of this 4-bedroom contemporary Rye beach house are perfectly aligned with nature and designed for relaxed family living.
Seamlessly integrating indoor/outdoor living and entertaining zones, the single-level home is vertically clad with Silvertop ash and extensively decked with Merbau, providing plenty of 'wow factor' to the exterior spaces.
Interiors are light and airy with high ceilings and cool neutral tones generously warmed with Silvertop ash feature walls. Tasmanian oak flooring flows throughout the main living zones with central designer kitchen featuring stunning 'rugged concrete' Caeserstone benchtops and fitted with S/S Euro appliances including a double 600mm Smeg ovens beneath a 900mm Asko gas cooktop. Designer Abii tapware and lighting including LED strip lighting feature in the kitchen and bathrooms. The bedrooms all with BIRs are carpeted, the master bedroom has a WIR and designer ensuite. The luxurious main bathroom also features a free-standing designer tub, heated towel rail, floating timber vanity and raised basin.
Large sliding doors throughout the house allow the right amount morning and afternoon sun and split system heating and cooling allows for perfect temperature control throughout the seasons.
The outdoor entertaining zones include a covered alfresco dining deck plus sunken fire pit area and there is an inbuilt BBQ/outdoor kitchen. The decking is built around existing mature trees including a feature palm.
The property includes a generous sized boat shed and garden shed On a generous block in the sought after 'Old Tyrone' area of Rye nearing the border of Blairgowrie, this home is close to both back and front beaches.
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