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Peregian Beach - Sustainable living

An ode to sustainability, 47 Spoonbill Street, Peregian Beach is a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home designed by Bark Architects which was built using sustainable materials without disrupting the land.

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This home is just 300m to the patrolled beach of North Peregian, nestled among Moreton Bay ash trees on 761sq m of land.

The master suite in the north-east wing has views into the gardens and beyond, with built-in robes and an innovative ensuite. The ensuite contains a shower with overhead skylight, and ‘decking’ panels that act as the shower floor and can be removed to reveal a sunken bathtub.

In the west wing of the home are two large bedrooms nestled either side of a shared bathroom, with built-in robes and large windows with Roman blinds custom made with Australian designed textiles.

A guest bedroom and powder room are adjoining on the eastern side, with a studio, office, or multi-purpose space complete with balcony on the north face.

Additional features include a pool and spa, fire pit, vegetable garden, with spotted gum and recycled timbers used throughout the home.

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