Internal space bigger than some suburban blocks

Internal space bigger than some suburban blocks

Behind the striking facade of this architecturally designed home is one of the most breathtaking views of the Berowra Valley National Park.

The property at 38 Marine Crescent, Hornsby Heights offers a seemingly endless bushland vista providing a serene background for everyday living.

There is no shortage of space to enjoy the views with the luxurious home offering a sprawling 400sq m of internal living space. Clever use of large windows throughout the home frames the outlook from every angle while also filling the contemporary interior with natural sunlight.

In addition there is a spectacular travertine tiled terrace and large level lawn.

“It has some of the best elevated valley views in Hornsby Heights,” said agent Sally Dodd from McGrath Hornsby.

“It is a very unique property because it has the views as well has having flat grass with access for a pool as well.”

The home’s distinctive rectangular shape pays homage to the original 1960s weatherboard ‘Beachcomber’ style residence that was previously on the site.

These were traditionally built to be north-facing and were designed to attract sunlight into the living areas during winter and keep it out during summer.

Ms Dodd said only a small portion of the home was retained during its recent transformation.

Central to the home’s lay out is the designer kitchen with gas cooking and a great sized island bench. Beautiful blackbutt parquetry floors have been used throughout and there is a fireplace plus stone feature walls.

There are five bedrooms in total including a master retreat with its own walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.

The outdoor entertaining area includes two outdoor kitchenettes with pizza oven.

The property, which is within the Hornsby North Public, also has an oversized tandem garage with workshop plus triple carport.

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