Little Blue is a tasteful, low impact, off- grid, tiny house set on an 8 acre property of natural coastal vegetation and sits as close to the beach as is allowable. Only the coastal reserve separates the tiny house from the actual beach, thus every room and space of this little gem has uninterrupted, breath taking views of a gorgeous beach, a crystal blue lagoon, a stunning headland, the open ocean and waves crashing against granite rocks at either end of the bay. Sitting snugly on a North facing hill, stunning views to the North also encompass a rich palette of diverse endemic greenery .
The house has been lovingly built using sustainability principles; it is completely off-grid, operates from rain water tanks, has a composting toilet and is fitted out with non toxic, natural paints and floor coverings and doors and windows are all double glazed. The bespoke kitchen, living room and bedroom cabinetry has been crafted from timber grown and milled on our own property.
Only natural materials have been chosen for the house’s soft furnishings and bed linen is high quality, 100% organic cotton. The doona/duvet is filled with organic mulberry silk and pillows are natural, organic latex.
A lovely, deep bath sits on the outside deck, delivering the same uninterrupted beach and ocean views.
Although Little Blue is indeed little; it evokes a feeling of spaciousness due to its high volume of glass doors and windows and it’s spacious deck which envelops two sides of the house and makes the perfect platform for watching migrating whales, playful surfing dolphins, sea eagles, ospreys and the odd, great white shark.
This unique home is located above Short Beach, one of a myriad beautiful , Bremer Bay beaches in the region. Unusually for WA, the view over the ocean at this locale is to the east, hence Little Blue has views of stunning sunrises and full moon rises. The lagoon below the house is a clean crystal blue- green, fringed by reef and provides the perfect water playground for swimming, fishing and snorkelling. The Southern end of the beach has a break in the reef and can provide opportunities for surfing when the conditions are favourable.