Cottesloe Plantation Gallery

This colonial/plantation-style home was inspired by the owners love of Raffles (Cambodia), the Metropole (Hanoi) & the relaxed feel of safari lodges (South Africa). White weatherboards wrap around deep verandas for an elegant, colonial feel. The upper level is open plan with sets of French doors opening to the veranda featuring a BBQ, built-in island bench & connection to the scullery (with walk-in coolroom & industrial kitchen fittings).
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Dark timber flooring and crisp white walls let luxury furnishings shine
A living area reminiscent of plantation days....
Outdoor kitchen overlooks pool area
Sheer drop from alfresco into pool edged with treated timber.
Deep verandas protect the home from searing summer heat and strong westerly winds.

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