72, The Serpentine located a Bilgola Beach has hit the market, offering incredible views from North Head to Manly. The luxurious residences is situated high on the cliff face at Bilgola Head, designed by David Haerscht. Offering four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and five car parking spaces, the home takes up a 631 square-metre plot.
Built around a central courtyard that soaks in the sun, the home juxtaposes the concrete structure with the warmth of a natural palette in the form of timber and other recycled materials. The Serpentine interiors enjoy a pavilion layout that connects the living spaces to the courtyard while large, angular vistas provide light and breathtaking views of the beach, along with a separate ocean observatory.
Venetian plaster walls are paired with reclaimed spotted gum floorboards throughout the home, with the living spaces enjoying a fireplace, and fully equipped media room. The kitchen is fitted with Gaggenau gas appliances and bespoke ash timber joinery.
Each bedroom is generously sized and includes ensuite and built-in wardrobes while the master suite includes an expansive custom walk-in robe alongside his and hers ensuite’s. The bathrooms throughout the home see matching joinery – a theme that runs through the home – and Terrazzo tiles. Further editions in the house include a wine cellar, walk-in safe and back to base security.
The Serpentine residence is lisited with LJ Hooker Avalon, with a price guide of $7.5 million.