This beachfront home on Jefferson Lane in Palm Beach was originally built in the eighties and was a standard brick and tile project home with no thought given to its beachfront location.
The rear of the house facing the beach was completely removed and a large living room and kitchen were added to the ground floor. The first-floor addition has a master bedroom, deck and large ensuite all with views to die for.
The bedrooms on the first floor have been reconfigured and a new single stair stringer with timber treads and stainless handrail links the treads together.
The ground floor has a tongue and groove hardwood floor laid throughout and its use of louvre windows and large stacker doors has now taken full advantage of the flawless views.