This house draws its inspiration from the surrounding environment - the rugged rocky shoreline between Coogee and Clovelly.

The open-plan living area maximises views out to the ocean with a large picture window framing views over Gordons Bay. A central stair connects all three levels.

Once a modest 1950s red brick dwelling, the new home with its earthy tones, merges well with its natural surroundings. Its earthy tones are reminiscent of the local sandstone headlands.

Builder - Collins Integrated
Photographer - Brett Boardman

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Joanna Tovia added this to Beautiful Windows That Make the Most of the View21 May 2017

It’s hard to imagine this house ever being a modest red-brick dwelling. It now makes the most of its big-blue views with picture windows. The outdoor room draws the eye still further out across the ocean and the rugged rocky shoreline between Coogee and Clovelly in Sydney.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

deminas added this to House Ideas7 August 2022

large uninterrupted picture window

Orla Neville added this to My ideas3 October 2021

Could be popping out over garage

Sheridan Building added this to Windows12 May 2019

Cavity sliding external door unit.

Audrey Randall added this to Audrey's ideas19 October 2018

The modern architecture and windows

Dianne Overend added this to dianneoverend's ideas6 September 2018

Like the ideas of the shaded outside sitting room door. Could incorporate

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