Designed by internationally renowned architect Howard Raggatt, recognised for his work on Canberra's National Museum, and flawlessly constructed to meet his unique vision, this timeless home unites carefully considered materials with wonderfully practical spaces in a brilliant example of form and function!
A long and winding driveway from the made road unfolds to reveal the residence, positioned perfectly on the 27 acre (approx.) allotment to make the most of a relaxing rural outlook, that seems to stretch forever.
Reflecting today's lifestyle, the just-completed kitchen showcases striking concrete tops, soft close cabinetry and premium appliances including two fully integrated Miele fridge - freezers tucked away to maintain the sleek lines.
It holds court in a spacious meals area finished with limed oak engineered timber floors and is anchored by a wood fire heater with a polished concrete hearth where you can sit and warm yourself in winter.
Complementing this easy living space is a formal lounge enhanced by concrete floors and a sitting room with soaring double-height ceilings and a Jetmaster open wood fire heater add to the appeal.
Zoned from the living spaces are four of the five bedrooms. Sharing a contemporary bathroom all enjoy direct access to the outdoors. The first floor is a parental indulgence. The generous bedroom includes a walk-in robe and a light bright ensuite and is joined by a retreat or a studyor both. Sitting above the living spaces, it is flooded with natural light and an excellent place for "me" time.
Adding extra appeal and ideal for these times, a separate climate-controlled studio or home office with a suite of three separate rooms provides the perfect venue to work from home while keeping your work life and home life apart.
Sitting at the gateway to the Yarra ranges, 48 kilometres North East of Melbourne's CBD (an easy commute) and just a few minutes from St Andrews general store and primary school, the shops and station of Hurstbridge are within an easy drive.
• A mix of pasture and natural bushland • Two dedicated horse paddocks with tip top fencing • Natural wild life corridors • Woodfire heater, open fire-place, split system units • New carpet • Recently painted • Fitted laundry • Extensive double glazing • Double carport under the roofline • 2 x 100,000 litre (approx.) concrete water tanks (one underground) • Veggie garden • Orchard and chicken pens under protective netting • Large wood shed • 65 m2 workshop. Concrete floor, powered and with caravan/float/boat height opening
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