27 Tralee Drive Banora PointIT has been 20 years since homeowner Jen Fitzpatrick and her family travelled from Broken Hill to Banora Point to build a house that was big on space. The family bought the block of land in 1997 at 27 Tralee Drive and within five months their spacious vision was built. 27 Tralee Drive Banora Point 2 May 2017Large, curved picture windows create a wall of views over the golf course and an entertainment deck with an arched pergola that captures stunning Coolangatta sunsets. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“My parents lived in Banora Point and we used to holiday with them, which is how we found this block,” she said.“Our home in Broken Hill was quite square-shaped and we really wanted to design a house with shape and open spaces. 27 Tralee Drive Banora Point 2 May 2017“We took a lot of inspiration from looking at different houses, but we came up with something that had an angled wall in each room, we didn’t want anything too straight or boring.” Mrs Fitzpatrick said the contemporary-style home comes with a man cave and large entertainment deck. “We basically lived out on the deck in summer,” the mother-of-two said. “After dinner we would slip into the spa, it is incredibly peaceful.” The Banora Point home welcomes guests through its double doors to a grand foyer and flows into a family room and informal living rooms. 27 Tralee Drive Banora Point 2 May 2017The elevated house has separate living areas which Mrs Fitzpatrick describes as ideal for teenagers. The master bedroom includes a spa bath and sliding doors, which open out to a huge rear deck and captures views over picturesque Coolangatta and surrounds.
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