Gold Coast Bulletin recognises Superdraft’s Clear Island Waters residence as one of Gold Coast’s most stunning homes sold in 2015-2016. The tropical Hawaiian-inspired home lands on the 38th spot of the magazine’s annual listing.
With the fab infinity, solar heated pool surrounding the ground-floor living areas and providing a waterfront view to every room, this luxury home can wow its occupants and their visitors. Jon and Siobhan Reid, the clients of Superdraft Pty. Ltd. said the entire structure exceeded their expectations. They bought the property for $2.46M on 12th February last year.
“I’m obsessed with water and pools and always wanted a pool to wrap around the house. This is really my dream home,” Siobhan said in an interview.
The Hawaiian Experience for an Aussie Family
Superdraft designed this waterfront home with beach-style interiors which fits with the panoramic views of the water and the Gold Coast skyline.
According to the Gold Coast building designers who lead this project, the relaxed nautical vibe makes the homeowner feel like they’re on a holiday vacation all the time.
They designed the lounge and dining areas with captivating decor inspired from Hawaiian beaches—with lush green palm wallpapers, wicker furniture, and oak interiors.
Being surrounded by water, this home has numerous outdoor areas. The covered terrace and two poolside patios have cedar-lined ceilings, sandstone floors, and frameless glass fence. All are accessible from the lounge area using wooden bi-fold doors. Designers integrated LED lighting and sound system in the outdoor areas to enhance the outdoor experience.
More than that, the magazine recognises how practical this home is for growing a family.
They commended the home’s features such as the pool’s ankle-deep entry, suitable for kids who want to play in the pool. Being an open floor plan, the ground floor is an intimate space for any family bonding time. There are retractable screens installed along the bi-fold doors to keep unwanted insects outside the house.
Superdraft’s Clear Island Water Residence project was also featured in Australia’s Best Houses show which airs on Channel 7 and published in Architectural Art Designs Magazine.