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Looking down at the airy, light-filled living and dining area.

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(Left) Concrete evidence of the benefits of the tropical lifestyle. (Right) Walking down from living room to basement level.

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Attic study has a premium view of the garden courtyard.

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The pool area with its 'floating' shower stall.

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(Left) The master bathroom. (Right) The home's interior features board-formed concrete and marine plywood finishes.

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Garage and 'ablution space'.

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There’s nothing cave-like about the luxuriously-appointed Grotto House.
May 10, 2019 5:50 AM

ONE MIGHT REASONABLY expect a residence named Grotto House to possess cave-like characteristics – an underground chamber or a rock pool perhaps – but that might be taking things a little too literally.

Instead, this particular three-storey ‘grotto’ in a prime residential district is cool

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