Tasmania

An enviable water vista


2/37 Kaoota Road, Rose Bay. Owner, Jenny Crawley and her dog, Rupert. Picture: ROGER LOVELL

WITH views like the ones found from Jenny Crawley’s loungeroom, you would be forgiven for sitting back with a coffee and watching the changing river, city and mountain vista all day long.

Jenny, a former Mercury journalist, is selling up and moving interstate to be closer to family. It was a bittersweet decision to make, but also the correct one.

She designed and built the house with her ex-husband to comfortably suit their family lifestyle, which included giving their two teenage children — and themselves — plenty of space and privacy.

Jenny said the house would be perfectly suited to a couple or to a family.

Jarrod Sierocki

A modern abodeSource:Supplied

With its triple insulation and big windows that let the light pour into the living and dining space, the house is comfortably warm with a feeling of airy space. It is also supremely quiet.

When people visit, the first things they notice are the knockout wate…

Read the full article at: http://www.news.com.au/national/tasmania/chance-to-change-point-of-view/news-story/1244415d6bd2422af603c8c4e2ebb8ab

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