Undoubtedly one of the Sunshine Coasts most iconic beachside homes, 3 Goongilla Street exudes functional style and unique yet eye-catching design just 250 metres from the pristine white sand dunes and infamous surf breaks of Yaroomba Beach. Designed by highly respected local architect Dragi Majstorovic and the winner of multiple awards including the prestigious RAIA Sunshine Coast House of the Year in 2013, this residence boasts minimalist design and thoughtful craftmanship tying an array of raw, natural materials together to create a home that seamlessly complements the beauty of its coastal surroundings.
Nestled behind the privacy of unrendered concrete block walls that match the exterior of the home and cocoon the property from any outside noise, you are welcomed through the striking timber front gate into the secret garden beyond. Greeted by an outdoor courtyard framed by those prominent block walls, the tranquillity of the surroundings is evidenced in abundant tropical foliage and sheltered garden terraces spread around the footprint of the home. Boasting seamless indoor/outdoor flow, the abundant use of natural materials such as hoop pine ply interior walls, concrete and hardwood timber flooring coupled with floor to ceiling glass allows the home to be opened out to the beautifully landscaped gardens and welcome natural light and gentle breezes to flow throughout.
Crafted to ensure sustainable liveability, the open plan living space boasts soaring double height ceilings, a huge picture window, glass stacker doors on two sides opening out to the beautiful courtyard and its central water feature, complimentary use of natural materials including polished hardwood timber floors, hoop pine or exposed concrete block walls and pot belly fireplace all spread around a stunning central kitchen island. The chefs kitchen is bursting with premium fittings, including the double-thickness compressed fibre cement benchtop, Ilve oven and gas cooktop with teppanyaki grill plate and Qasair feature rangehood.
Both downstairs bedrooms are complete with sealed aggregate concrete flooring, exposed ceiling beams, timber slider stack back doors and glass stacker doors in a unique layout that allows each room to be opened out completely to both the outdoor deck and the interior hallway reminiscent of a traditional Japanese home.
The staircase with feature Carl Stahl mesh screen leads to the upstairs master bedroom that includes a library nook with fitted cabinetry.