1. Lazy weekends begin here - enjoy the views and morning sunshine from the comfort of your bed. With bi-folding doors to the deck and two walk-in-wardrobes this will become your private haven. There is a heat pump and the floor is carpeted. Connected to the main bedroom is one of the hexagonal turret rooms. Currently used as an office for its spectacular outlook, it has a wall radiator, Victorian tiled fireplace (not in use) and a lockable door providing separate external access. This could also be a perfect, private living room for the master bedroom.
2. The recent refurbishments included restoration of the original stained glass and sash windows in this double room. The ensuite shower room, timber cathedral ceiling, door to the rear patio and stunning sea views make this a truly gorgeous room to wake up in. A radiator and smoke detector are installed. The adjoining sauna, with doors to the garden, is understood to require a new control box to function.
3. The Studio is in the annexe, a few (covered) steps from the front door and above the garage. Built in 1990, it is spacious with enormous views and infinite versatility. A cathedral ceiling fits with the character of the home. There is a double fitted wardrobe, hot water cupboard, kitchenette (with bar fridge) and a lovely ensuite bathroom with stained glass window. The roof was recently repainted and guttering replaced, windows painted and the cedar weatherboards oiled.