Creating this new coastal pad was a family affair — and the result is “one of the highest spec homes” Peninsula Sotheby’s selling agent Hamish Opray has seen in Blairgowrie.
Created by the talented Ross family, notably local luxury builder Simon and architect Elise, the contemporary house at 34 Charles St offers more than 560sq m of living space over three levels.
It’s being sold privately for $2.5 million.
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The pad is set on a 688sq m block with a glass-tiled pool and landscaped gardens, and offers delightful bay views.
Mr Opray said the four-bedroom house itself featured “only the highest calibre fittings and features”, including a “whisper-quiet” lift imported from Italy, a Miele appliance-packed kitchen, and double-glazed floor-to-ceiling glass.
Expanses of timber add to the home’s coastal charm.
It also offers zoned living ideal for a large family, a luxe parents’ retreat with an ensuite and private deck, a 700-bottle cellar, and a basement garage.