River View Salter Point
A. DI BUCCI & SON DIFFERENCE
This strikingly elegant and imposing 3 level home boasting a combination externally of cedar ceiling cladding, Natural Tamala Limestone cladding, copper guttering and acrylic sand finish externally is located backing onto the Canning river.
River View Salter Point
As you walk down the washed aggregate driveway past the random limestone curved walls you can continue down further into the 6 car garage or through into the covered walkway to the front door. The walkway is travertine tiled with cedar lining, copper fascia gutters and supported on stainless steel columns. Flanked on either side is a pebble pond on one side and a full fish pond on the other. The timber decks that can be seen giving a point of relief for the study and lounge rooms are made from Burmese Teak fully machined specially for the project.
The large front entry pivot door is made from Teak and opens into the formal entry area which can be sectioned off with the use of Teak and glass cavity sliding doors. The entry is clad in the Natural Tamala Limestone over 2 floors and is the meeting point for the 3 levels in the home. The striking random Makore timber balustrade sits on solid Travertine treads and risers. The lift in the home is conceiled behind special Makore clad walls to make it look part of the balustrade.
The travertine continues throughout the home including all bathroom walls and floors. In between as a break there are timber brushbox floors and carpet in the bedrooms. The loungeroom has an Ecosmart fireplace and the living room has a cantilevered gas fired fireplace with slab travertine cladding suspended over them.
The kitchen area is fully appointed complete with cutting board benchtop, Caesar stone top and stainless steel top combinations. The kitchen looks into both the living and meals rooms and further through a glass wall separating these from the alfresco area. The transition is seamless and when the glass wall is retracted it would be impossible to tell where one started and the other ended.
The airconditioning grills have all been specially made without flanges to keep the minimalistic theme and they have been coloured to match either the walls or ceilings. The lighting system is fully programmed C bus lighting control with all fixed appliances being controlled by it. Underfloor heating is installed throughout the home except bedrooms and alfresco area.
From the dining and alfresco area large floor to ceiling sliding doors can be opened onto the outdoor area sectioned off with frameless glass balustrading. Over the top is the overhanging cedar lined roof and cantilevered curved balcony with curved frameless glass balustrade. These over look the large dark fully tiled infinity edge pool so that it looks as an extention of the river coming up into the rear yard. There is a set of cantilevered travertine lined steps leading down into the games room area abutting the 6 car garage.
A timeless masterpiece exhibiting the clever combination of a large variety of materials installed to exacting precision.