This two-storey home grounds its heart to the elements of nature, achieving a rustic finish through the application of black detailing and organic materials such as stone and timber.
The master suite is given its own private space located on the upper floor off to the left wing of the home and has access to breathtaking views off a private deck. Adjacent to the master is the main living area, which has open access from the front deck to the rear deck. This parallel design encourages crossflow ventilation to sweep through the home and aids in organic temperature control, minimising the need for mechanical cooling and heating systems and reducing financial costs associated.
The kitchen has been designed to create a centre for entertaining the family and guests and overlooks the expanse of the living area while achieving elevated, orbiting views of the natural environment. The seamlessness of the layout of The Graphite allows for a smooth indoor-outdoor transition that invites the external elements to thrive within this home.
The ground floor has an additional two bedrooms connected by stunning internal timber decking, and one room supplements the luxury of a walk-in-robe. Down the hall is the laundry as well as a spacious rumpus room, the perfect place to retreat from the hustle of the main living area.
The Graphite is a home accustomed to utilising mother nature’s natural elements to sustainably create a functional, living, breathing home for your family.