Reignite your connection to nature at The Samantha. An impressive tree lined private road leads you to this incredibly private Portsea estate. This calming four-bedroom home brings a new level of easy living, from the sophistication of the spacious interior to the serenity outdoors. A pool, spa, fireplace and in-ground trampoline are just the start of the outdoor offerings. While beyond the native coastal garden, you have direct access to Portsea Lagoon plus you can walk to beaches, cafes and shops.
Seamlessly blending with its bush land surrounds, the corrugated iron, concrete and charred blackbutt exterior bring an earthy easiness to The Samantha. Wander through the bluck butt door and you'll ease into a secluded and simpler way of living where the lines are blurred between the indoors and out. The open plan living, dining and kitchen occupies a generous space in this L-shaped design, giving you ample room to spread out. The comfort and understated beauty of the living area invites you to kick back or enjoy a chat. Striking floor to ceiling cabinetry and fireplace takes centre stage in this space. A black and timber kitchen with walk-in pantry and island bench ensure you have all you need to make a simple snack or a family feast. The dining area, which is situated on the other side of the living room, seats up to ten guests.
But in this home you’re encouraged to get outside to enjoy a meal, admire the peaceful surroundings and catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. Two floor-to-ceiling openings from the kitchen and dining area lead out to the deck. There’s a built-in BBQ, open fireplace as well as ample seating, so there’s no better place to settle in for a lazy afternoon. And the luxurious features don’t stop here. In the middle of the garden surrounded by a timber deck is a pool with spa, while an Olympic sized in-ground trampoline offers hours of fun for the kids.
Back inside, the restorative neutral palette and simple, sophisticated styling is carried through to the two master bedrooms and en suites. The focus remains on the native surrounds in all rooms, including the remaining twin bedroom and bunk room, as well as the family bathroom. While a separate rumpus room offers a space that the kids can claim as their own.