This unique family home has an acute appreciation for design and a love for sophisticated architectural details. Designed by Threadgold Architecture, these impressive contemporary solar passive homes accentuate elevated northern solar aspects and expansive views across the dams, fruit trees and nut orchards.
The primary residence boasts a visually inspiring glass and natural light entrance, leading to 400sqm of north-facing open plan living space. This stunning area embraces 2.4m high glass doors, louvres, a skillion roofline, rammed limestone and Corten cladding. The remarkable space, along with the Honed concrete flooring, maximises the passive solar design all year round. The energy-efficient area embraces a magnificent central Chazelles wood firebox providing warmth in the cool months.
The spectacular galley style kitchen speaks effortless entertaining with Blum Aventos lift overhead cupboards, 316-grade stainless steel perimeter benchtops and white glass splashbacks. Essastone island benchtops and Vistosi pendants highlight the breakfast bar dining space, providing a social focal point for the family. The sizeable adjoining scullery offers extra workspace, endless storage opportunities and a 2.4m solid jarrah pivot door.
The office/study and theatre room is to the left of the main entrance, with the spacious office featuring property views and the theatre room a Chazelles wood firebox and stunning outlook. This tranquil space is the perfect retreat for adults and provides separate living opportunities all year round.
All five bedrooms are located off the main living-dining area and are accessible via the lengthy hallway. The bedrooms are generous in size and light-filled. A separate bathroom features Arte Domus feature tiling and a walk-in shower. The hallway not only provides solitude for family members with the bedrooms and bathroom; it also has an impressive entertaining room. The solar passive designed space is positioned at the far end of the home and features glass windows, doors with outside access to the playground, sandpit and grassed area.
The master bedroom and ensuite are accessible via the open tread Jarrah and glass balustrade staircase. The awe-inspiring space features select grade jarrah timber floors, walkthrough plus built-in robes, large luxury ensuite with freestanding bath, double vanity, Arte Domus feature tiling and rain dropper shower. Stunning views from the private balcony capture the ambience of this unique home.
Casual dining and endless living possibilities are available with the undercover alfresco space. The combination of exposed aggregate pathways with steel, glass and timber features creates a visually impressive entertaining area all year round. The views expand across the landscaped gardens, grassed area and beyond, with the limestone boundary feature walls adding extra privacy.
With a separate 100sqm 4 car garage, this 120-acre property incorporates two spring-fed permanent dames, winter creek and a combination of both dense forest and open pastures. Two Western power transformers with backup generators.
The second residence has been purpose-built to provide accommodation for a manager and family to reside whilst maintaining the main property. The home can provide accommodation for visiting guests or short-term accommodation (on approval). Permanent rental can provide you with an approximate income of $500 per week.
The north-facing, solar passive 173sqm residence features an impressive open plan living space with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, plus additional outdoor entertaining. The main entrance leads to the large open plan living area, centred around the spacious, contemporary galley style kitchen.
The porcelain panel island benchtops with waterfall edges and large adjoining scullery provide endless storage opportunities. Arte Domus tiles feature in the wet areas and select grade Marri floors flow throughout the living & bedrooms. A Chazelles wood firebox features in the living room, adding warmth throughout the cooler months, while the glass and sliding doors promote natural light and cross ventilation all year round. The decking area is accessible via the sliding doors and offers family and guests vast living opportunities.
• Sand extraction resource. Development Approval Application and signed contract for Extractive Industry
• 1.1kkw Grundfos pump to large permanent soak with reticulation shed, irrigating 17 stations of fruit & nut orchards.
• 5.17 kW photovoltaic array discreetly hidden behind parapet.
• Rainwater harvesting with 544,000-litre capacity or potable water storage including UV filtered.
• Solar hot water system with electric and wood boosting with 2 Chazelles wood fireboxes.
• Deep well in paddock provides potable quality water supply for future chalets (tested at Vintessential Laboratory)
• Fast fixed wireless NBN connection to both residences with CAT 6 fibre for data distribution.