THIS Alfred Cove home personifies modern elegance and has funky industrial touches and Japanese flair.
Owner Norinda Lewis runs YU Interiors, so it’s hardly surprising the four-bedroom/three-bathroom house has stylish innovations like a fingerprint-activated front door, gorgeous trough lighting and space-saving black doors on industrial-style rollers.
As you step through the massive glass front door, large concrete-style tiles in the vestibule and the open-plan create a sassy tone.
This vast area has a long stretch of built-in-banquette seating, situated under a row of windows with black plantation shutters.
Or if you feel like chilling-out, snuggle up in front of the faux log fire in the lounge area.
The large dining area could easily accommodate 30 people for a sit-down meal.
Cooking for that many would be a breeze in the gorgeous kitchen, which has timber cupboards, stone benchtops and integrated appliances, including a massive fridge.
Around the corner there’s an equally big scullery, with masses of shelving and drawers, stone benchtops and a sink.
Peel back the glass stacker doors and walk onto a huge timber deck in the low-maintenance courtyard garden.
Three of the four bedrooms are on the second level, accessed via attractive American oak stairs with cinema-style lighting.
The main bedroom is a cavernous space, with a false wall creating extra shelving.
The ensuite is drop-dead gorgeous, with beautiful herring-bone black tiles and a huge white ceramic sink with double taps.
The dressing room is so spacious there’s even a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe just for shoes.
Situated on Stirk Road, this stunning, modern home is in the sought after Applecross High School catchment.
There’s a raft of shops, cafes and restaurants nearby and the river foreshore is a 10-minute walk away.
1A Stirk Road, Alfred Cove
price on application
Noel Rogers 0409 300 600
Ray White Applecross