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Banham Architects Mandurah

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      Surrounded by native scrubland and sand dunes to the west and north, this home offers breathtakingly beautiful 180-degree views of the beach.

      The owners wanted a relaxed yet sophisticated beach home, with open-plan living making the most of the views and the northern sun.

      Entry to the house is through a secluded, sunny courtyard, where guests are greeted with a view of three bodies of water: the pond, the pool and the ocean beyond.

      The main living areas are located on the ground floor, including the open-plan kitchen and living space that leads to the pool and covered alfresco.

      Upstairs, you’ll find the retreat and main bedroom with open-plan ensuite.

      Almost every vantage point in the house has views of the ocean.

      The house is a modernist abode with clean, sharp lines, while feature stone walls, timber screens and decking provide an earthy contrast.  

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