Western Australia’s Margaret River region is home to some of the best surfing, wine tasting and chocolate hotspots in Australia.
For local surfer and artist Ron Roozen, a house that took in the expansive views of Australia’s western coastline provided the best opportunity to appreciate the lushness of the area.
With a triangular floorplan, the Dale Jones-Evans-designed house takes in 180-degree views of the Indian Ocean.
Located in Prevelly on Western Australia’s South West coast, the living, dining and kitchen areas all face towards the ocean, observing breathtaking sunrises and romantic sunsets.
While small viewing windows throughout the shorter sides of the house offer glimpses of the dense foliage and expansive views of the ocean beyond. With three large decks, there are also plenty of opportunities to entertain and enjoy the local produce.
The interior colours are earthy with granite bench tops and stainless steel splashbacks in the kitchen juxtaposed with dark timbers and leathers.
However, for that extra level of comfort, a masseuse, pantry service, a chef and wine touring can be organised for your stay.
Whether it’s the feel of sand between your toes or the taste of a fine glass of red, the Roozen Residence offers a place to relax and unwind.
Photography: Ashley Jones-Evans