A contemporary steel framed barn conversion location with far reaching rural views, surrounded by large swaths of naturalistic planting that bleeds into the landscape.  The house is entirely off grid, powered by 90 solar panels and three large batteries.

The ground floor has a vast open plan, double height kitchen/dining/sitting room with a large raised fireplace, a long and wide hallway, downstairs bedroom, double height office and ancilliary rooms.  At the centre of the house is an internal garden with a large Scots pine and various potted cactuses and figs.

Upstairs are a further four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a gym, an open deck and views down through the house.

There is ample parking on the old farmyard concrete apron.  The fields surrounding the house to the south and west are part of the property.

Photographer: Richard Oxford


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