Modern Design Enhanced By Elements Of Surprise: Bayfield Residence
A modern architecture approach, great extents, open rooms and elements of surprise characterize the Bayfield Residence, an undertaking as of late introduced by Webb & Brown-Neaves and situated in Perth, Australia. Organized on two levels, the bunk brags four bedrooms and two substantial bathrooms. Stone is a component utilized all through the design, adding a unique touch to the exterior and expanding the level of comfort inside. A two-auto carport is carefully disguised by a highly contrasting entryway, a component created by Japanese architecture and utilized broadly nowadays with regards to contemporary residences.
On the ground floor, the kitchen is extended outdoors. The library features a monumental stone fireplace, and the large living and dining areas resonate with the external spaces. Upstairs you will find the master suite with a large walk-in-robe behind the bed, a lavish en-suite and a parents’ retreat, all positioned with a sweeping terrace balcony to take in all the views. Priced $545,000, the Bayfield Residence is likely to appeal to those in search for modern amenities and functionality at its best.