Block size: 8.09 Hectares approx.Rural size: 412 m² approx.
Timnah - A Place of Beauty, Serenity, and Tranquility
Can the beauty and serenity of a mountain landscape be fused into the design of a modern home?
We would like to present you with Timnah (Hebrew for Place of Grace) offering you a retreat of privacy and tranquillity on Berry Mountain. This mountain sanctuary over 2 levels consists of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a library, a studio/gym (perfect for entertaining or conducting retreats), a large blackwood and granite kitchen, a dining room, a lounge area, a mezzanine level, and a double garage plus an extra machinery shed.
Cathedral ceilings dressed in stunning timber boards are framed with beams that crown the beautifully crafted mud brick walls. The walls are lined with glass windows that in turn reach to the very top allowing full views, from floors to the ceilings, of the gardens and the tallest trees.
Hand crafted wood and metal work adorn the stairs and doorways. The detail to attention within and without this home is immaculate right out to the ancient rain forests.
Open family gathering spaces flow over three split levels and allow for the natural textures of wood, slate and metal to become the back drop for a home that seamlessly blends with the exterior mountain scape. Pure wool carpets underfoot inside, lush soft grass underfoot outside. No cumbersome walls, no streets, no traffic!! Every aspect of this home is bathed in natural light.
This is clutter free living – up here there is no one looking over your fence, up here the day starts with the quiet and colours of the mountain. Up here you can leave the rest of the world behind and yet you are only 10 minutes from the bustling township of historical Berry.
If you have always dreamed of the simplicity of luxury living amongst the magnificence of untouched nature - you must see Timnah.
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