Sepang Concept - 346.19sqm
Nothing has been left to chance in this elegant design with a touch of the Balinese influence. The home has been created to capture air flow and light with the clever use of timber louvers. The "Sepang" has a tranquil feel with the inclusion of special water features at the entry and a stunning swimming pool that brings the outside indoors.
The open plan style of the home incorporates a gourmet kitchen designed for even the most discerning chef complete with a 'hidden' pantry. Large living areas flow tothe outdoor entertaining area complete with built in barbeque, the perfect backdrop for those warm summer days. There are a total of four bedrooms, three of which are ideally located together on the upper level, accessed across the impressive void of the entrance way.
The master bedroom is extremely large and features a luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. An impressive home specifically designed to compliment the Queensland climate.
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