239 Broome Street, COTTESLOE WA 6011
239 Broome Street, COTTESLOE WA 6011
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Architect Designed Beachside Sanctuary
Residing in coveted North Cottesloe and incredibly close to the ocean, 239 Broome St is an iconic, world classic residence. Designed by award winning Sydney architect Michelle Orszaczky of Clayton Orszaczky, together with landscape design by William Dangar of Sydney based Dangar Smith Barin, this home is incredibly special.
Crafted from recycled brick, clad in rough-hewn cedar and New Guinea Rosewood, and beautifully integrated within its landscape, this house was designed to maximise light and create seamless connections between the house and surrounding gardens.
The home embraces a central north facing courtyard that spirals natural light into both floors. Spectacular high raked ceilings, white walls and vast expanses of glass enhance the interplay of light and space.
The versatile floorplan offers supreme functionality and inspired separation of space, bringing family together for entertaining and relaxing, yet providing distinct spaces for study, sleep and even some time alone.
The magnificently appointed kitchen features an impressive 6m Carrara marble topped island, freestanding Lacanche range cooker, integrated Subzero fridge and freezer and two dishwashers, perfect for both large scale entertaining and intimate dinner parties. The dining room is situated on the opposite side of the whitewashed wall – still linked to open plan living and kitchen spaces, yet naturally connected to the outdoors on three sides.
Family living is wonderfully warm and welcoming with integrated TV and lovely Jetmaster fire. Vast, sliding glass doors made of custom-joined timber open to seamlessly connect the ground floor living spaces to the lush gardens that are like a private green oasis. Beautifully sheltered from the afternoon sea breezes, the garden features mature Kentia palms, a pristine pool, a delightful alfresco dining area, a built-in barbecue and a custom-built outdoor shower.
The upper floor hosts soaring ceilings, sundrenched bedrooms, beautiful organic bathrooms, and an enchanting library. The blissful master bedroom features a balcony with vast sliding glass doors to capture the summer breezes and views of Rottnest Island. It has beautiful oak custom cabinetry, a huge walk-in robe, and a heavenly ensuite with gorgeous windows allowing natural light and fresh air to flow throughout.
Three lovely queen bedrooms each have walls of built-in robes, space for desks, and sliding doors and windows accessing the light filled garden terrace or views of the majestic Broome Street pines. There’s an exquisite family bathroom with bath, roof window over the shower, floating vanity, and separate powder room. The library is a wonderful place for children to just be – no connectivity, and just serenity, space, sunlight, books, and breezes.
Imagine sliding open the timber shutters each morning to take in the view of Rottnest, ducking down to one of the most beautiful sections of Cottesloe beach for a quick swim, and later taking a stroll to one of the many cafes, restaurants, bars or pubs that are just moments away.
Featured on leading design publications such as The Design Files and The Local Project:
Architect designed family homes of this quality rarely come up in Cottesloe.
Architect – Michelle Orszaczky, Clayton Orszaczky Sydney
Landscape Design – William Dangar, Dangar Smith Barin Sydney
Crafted from recycled bricks, cedar cladding
New Guinea Rosewood timber screens
Wide American Oak Tongue and Groove floorboards
Double glazed and maximum insulation
Open plan living seamlessly interconnecting with outdoors, floating limestone ledge with TV and Jetmaster fireplace
Dining room with glass doors on three sides to central courtyard and gardens
Magnificent kitchen with Carrara marble island, Lacanche 1405mm cooker, Subzero fridge and freezer, two Miele dishwashers, Carrara tiled splashback
Huge pantry with open storage, space for fridge/freezer, appliance workspace
Ground floor powder room with limestone basin, Aren Bianco rough-hewn limestone tiles
Bathrooms with Aren Bianco rough-hewn limestone, CASA handmade terracotta glazed tiles
Rumpus room with custom oak cabinetry, sofa recess, piano recess, windows and doors to courtyard and surrounding gardens
Study with custom American Oak desk, drawers, shelving, highlight windows
Laundry with space for undercounter washer and dryer, plus additional washer/dryer. Full floor to ceiling cabinetry.
Stairs with custom bookcases
Master bedroom with raked ceiling and exposed beams, custom American oak fully fitted walk in robe, vast sliding doors to balcony, timber screens, custom cabinetry and seating, Rottnest and ocean glimpses
Luxury ensuite with freestanding bath, rough-hewn limestone tiles, floating double vanity with limestone counter, oak veneer cabinetry, shower with lightwell, door to terrace for cross ventilation
Three queen size bedrooms with wall of built-in robes, all with huge sliding doors to access cross-ventilation
Luxury bathroom with bath, shower with lightwell, floating vanity, handmade terracotta feature tile
Gorgeous library with custom oak shelving, highlight windows, sliding door for cross ventilation
Separate powder room
Sonos system to every room, including outdoor speaker system to gardens.
Security system – CCTV, alarm
Pool with Enviroswim filtration system, gas heater, pool cleaner
Built in BBQ made of recycled brick, poured concrete benchtop and gas plumbing
Outdoor shower featuring recycled timber and Robert Plumb shower head
Oversize double garage with custom built in shelving and workbench, plus extra space for the bikes and surfboards
Property Type: House
Land Size: 653m2
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