Living room view with large windows to the sides

Positioned in an idyllic elevated position in Doonan on the Sunshine Coast, this striking contemporary home by Luxury Coastal Homes was purpose-built for dual living, with a focus on sustainable, low- maintenance design, for a client who wanted the ability to lock up and leave one side of the home for regular travels, with the option of having guests stay whilst away.

Considerable site works, including the excavation of rock and sandstone were completed before commencing construction of the of 660 sqm home that incorporates five bedrooms, four bathrooms, an office, media room and two kitchens. Maximizing the spectacular views that extend all the way to the coast, the home features 3.2m – 3.6m ceilings throughout, extensive glazing and expansive open-plan living spaces in a minimalist design, that allows the outside greenery to become a stunning natural backdrop for understated luxury living.

Bathroom with bathtub next to a large window

Concrete has been used extensively in the construction of this stylish residence, with polished concrete floors featured throughout – flowing seamlessly from internal spaces to terraces, alfresco and pool area. The contemporary architecture of the home has been softened by timber cladding which has been used both externally and internally, allowing the home to sit harmoniously in its leafy surroundings whilst adding an organic warmth and industrial style ambience to the interior.

View of pool and interior next to it

Surroundings view from custom home Gold Coast

Whether industrial, resort-style, or traditional luxury living, Luxury Coastal Homes will work with you or your architect to achieve the outcome you desire for your new home. With over 30 years experience in the industry, the small team at Luxury Coastal Homes provide a highly personalized service and operate with the utmost integrity to achieve the best possible outcome with their clients.

A   PO Box 8135 Maroochydore QLD 4558
P   07 5646 3677
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