Constructed using 7 modules, the Point Leo design offers 108sqm of internal entertaining, 58sqm of external entertaining and 112sqm of accommodation. While the first floor of 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, separate powder room and laundry, has been beautifully crafted, it is the ground floor that provides the real “wow” factor.

The main living space on the ground floor orientates towards the street while the remainder of the house is cranked towards the ocean creating a clear delineation of spaces. The kitchen features a Corian bench that continues onto the decking and seamlessly integrates the indoor and outdoor living spaces offered by the home. At the end of the deck is a rumpus room, with both store and powder room, offering a perfect getaway for kids.

An exposed Chiminee Philippe fireplace makes the main living room a cosy spot to relax in the winter and is enough to heat the rest of the house when required.

The house is clad in a combination of dark stained pacific teak timber and rough sawn Shadowclad and, despite its contemporary nature, looks very much at ease in its natural seaside environment.