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This glamorous and exceptional award-winning house designed by Harry Seidler is set on 150 acres of Australian bushland and is dramatically positioned on the edge of a rugged sandstone escarpment, ensuring panoramic views overlooking a deep picturesque gorge of the Wingecarribee River, near Bowral.

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It’s arguably Seidler’s most striking residential masterpiece and is not only breathtaking, it’s the perfect holiday abode, incorporating the latest advances in construction technology. Built into the natural rock formation and completed in 2000, the position of the property ensures panoramic bush views overlooking the gorge of the Wingecarribee River, Joadja, near Mittagong and Bowral.

Inside

This spectacular property has been celebrated in several international magazines including Architectural Digest and projects the glamour of the Hollywood Hills. It features a spacious open plan with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, opposing curved roofs, local stone, Alta quartzite floors, Verde marina granite and Norwegian stone. White walls compliment the stone, as do the generous yet functional living spaces with open fireplaces that mould together and extend to viewing decks,

Bedrooms

4 beautifully appointed bedrooms. 3 king bedrooms and 1 bedroom with bunk beds. 2 full bathrooms with bath and shower, including an en suite off the main bedroom.

Outside

This spectacular building is like a sculpture that is proudly set amongst 150 acres of natural bush with 2 km of river. Vast outdoor areas, sculptures and stone gardens that lead to a central swimming pool. The property also enjoys outdoor lounging areas with BBQ, deck chairs and dining furniture. Privacy is assured as no other property can be seen. Wildlife abounds with wombats, kangaroos, platypus, koalas and birdlife.

Location

One and a half hours from Sydney. This exceptional award-winning house is set on 150 acres of Australian bushland and is dramatically positioned on the edge of a rugged sandstone escarpment, ensuring panoramic views overlooking a deep picturesque gorge of the Wingecarribee River, near Bowral.

Staff & Dining

A large kitchen with 3 stoves: gas, wood fired and microwave.

Things to Do

It is the perfect location to escape to, yet local restaurants, cafes, wineries, boutiques, antique shops and a variety of sporting facilities are close by. This magical combination of privacy, tranquillity and luxury is in total harmony with nature and is less than a 90 minute drive from either Sydney or Canberra.