Otsu House at Casuarina pushes design boundaries

SHOWSTOPPER property Otsu House, rented out for photo shoots at $2,800 a day, has hit the market with a $5.395 million price tag.
Rachel and Josh Ooi are the brains behind the northern NSW house at 3 Beech Lane, Casuarina, which combines man-made and natural elements to create a Mediterranean-inspired beach house.

Otsu House at 3 Beech Lane, Casuarina.

Inside Otsu House.
Otsu House.

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Set over two levels on a 720 sqm beachfront block, the recently-built house offers a modern coastal vibe with white render, timber flooring and no-expense-spared finishes.
It’s all about texture, materials and light in this multimillion-dollar abode – the use of Japanese clay and concrete take the property to a new level of design.

The curved staircase.

Style at every turn.
Among its standout features is a double story foyer, spiral staircase, cantilever gas fireplace, central courtyard, built-in outdoor charcoal kitchen, and magnesium pool.
Nick Witheriff of LJ Hooker is marketing the property.

The pool from above.
The kitchen.
“Otsu House blends between a craftsman work of art and a warm luxuriously designed home – for those with an eye for detail, this exquisite residence offers understated superlative living with a build quality rarely seen,” Mr Witheriff said.
“If you are seeking a supreme quality build that will last the length of time along this coastal stretch, there is simply nothing comparable.
“Lifestyle here is guaranteed, as is the longer-term investment on a home this close to the beach.”

No expense was spared in the build.

The front of Otsu House.
The property is currently under offer.

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