In a natural bush setting this amazing home has been built on a ridge overlooking the spectacular Brisbane Ranges National Park, the You Yangs and Corio Bay and the Bellarine Peninsular.
Designed by renowned Kew architect Peter McIntyre, known for Melbourne’s Parliament station and Jam Factory, this home eptiomises his love of combining high-tech materials with his unique take on the impact of the built environment on the habitat as well as the occupants.
Materials have been chosen that are sympathetic to the landscape.
The three separate, but connected modules ensure a myriad of living possibilities. The modules can be seamlessly integrated or independently self-contained depending on the owner’s circumstances.
Glass window frontages make the most of the to-die-for views in every room. The first house, built in 1992, has an open plan living space, sunken lounge and two bedrooms.
In 2004 buildings two and three were completed. The middle house is named the dining house for its magnificent kitchen, lounge and adjacent dining area with glass ceiling for stargazing. There is a large room upstairs which can be used as a library, bedroom or another living zone.
Making the trio complete is the third module, the bed house, which has a substantial master bedroom and en suite. A downstairs office could be used as a bedroom bringing the total to five.
Individual and romantic, this sanctuary on 18.5 acres is 85km west of Melbourne, 63km south east of Ballarat and 45km north of Geelong.
311 Camerons Lane
Price $935,000 – $985,000
Bed 5 Bath 3 Car 4
Agent: REMAX Ballarat
Phone: Trish Markham on 0414 443 234
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