This magnificent house and land, overlooking the jewel of the Otways, Melba Gully National Park. Split over four levels, the architect has designed this versatile dwelling to maximise its stunning hillside position for natural light, and the breathtaking sensory experience of life amongst the unique native flora and fauna of this unspoilt cool temperate rainforest setting.The North facing timber house features two balconies, cedar timber and doors, a glass atrium, wood fire, double lock up garage as well as brand new curtains, blinds and carpets. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and four additional living and lounge spaces that could become office, gallery, studio etc.
Abundant large old growth blackwood and myrtle beech trees, groves of enormous tree ferns, eucalypts, epiphytes, mosses and fungi in the rainforest gully. Wet sclerophyll forest in the upper section. The property includes a natural spring which feeds a creek, which eventually becomes the Johanna River. Unique carnivorous black snails, glow worms and various native fauna including wallabies, kangaroos and echidnas. Abundant bird life including owls, eagles, kookaburras etc.
This property is protect by a Trust for Nature Conservation Covenant. Covenant no: P519437A 13/11/1989.
Features include: Balcony/Patio/Terrace,Fireplace(s),Modern Bathroom,Modern Kitchen,Renovated,Separate Dining Room,Entertainment Area,Garden,Garden Shed,Level Lawn,Rainwater Tank,Shower Facilities,Storage Area,Unlevel Lawn,Close To Parklands,Quiet Location,Views,Nature Property,Internal Laundry,Polished Timber Floors,Study,Balcony,Workshop,Living Area
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