At first glance, this home tucked away in Adelaide Hills could pass for a contemporary art gallery – sleek, minimal and modern in its design.
But on closer inspection the five-bedroom home is a work of art in itself.
A 20 minute drive from Adelaide is all it takes to access the secluded home which sits on 2.62 sprawling hectares and is surrounded by lush bushland.
Around the property you’ll find a pool with a very slick poolhouse, a tennis court, fenced dam and an orchard of pistachio, apples, pears, citrus, peaches and pomegranate.
Despite the refined and unimposing nature of its architecture, there’s more than enough in this home to please both minimalists and maximalists at heart.
The interiors are open, expansive and glowing with colourful life. There are textured and patterned feature walls aplenty – from a striking Arabescato marble kitchen to a striking turquoise-mirrored bedroom and walk in wardrobe.
At 14 Williams Road, Heathfield, it’s not just a pretty face, equipped with all the practical connivence of any premium property. The kitchen’s pantry and Lacanche hand-forged stove made in France makes preparing food a delight. There’s even two dishwashers.
As for the art-lovers moving in with their collection? The curved hallway is the perfect canvas for hanging your art up for display. Or simply enjoy the vistas of South Australian bushland from the wall of windows in the main living area.