Designed to integrate into its idyllic bushland setting, this architect-designed and sustainable residence is the benchmark in indulgent rural living. As seen in Country Style Magazine and channel 9’s Postcards, this private sanctuary on approximately 1.43 Ha plus an additional leased 1.2 Ha combines a flawless natural aesthetic with a monochromatic internal palette and Gabion stone walls that effortlessly bond with the native leafy environment in which it stands.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and thoughtfully placed skylights optimise the home’s compact, single-level design, forming a feeling of spaciousness throughout its 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom design. Cosy up by the Cheminees Phillippe fireplace, take in the ever-changing scenery from the oversized picture window, or entertain year-round on the decked alfresco zone with wood-fired pizza oven, seamlessly transitioning from the living area.
The sprawling manicured lawn offers a quiet place to relax with a picnic and take in the magical surroundings, with abundant wildlife and the serenading laughter of local kookaburras adding to the tranquillity.
The epitome of style, this superb home is appointed with engineered Oak flooring, high-end appliances and stone benches, an eight-seater custom dining table, double glazed windows, bore supply, tank water, solar panels and a chicken coop. There’s also a second lounge in the main home and a separate self-contained studio with bathroom on-site, offering plenty of space for the entire family to enjoy.
Secluded and quiet with direct access to Loddon State Forest and coveting absolute creek frontage, ‘Gabion Hill’ offers a highly-desirable quiet retreat that would suit country weekenders, tree-changers and holiday rental investors, only a 12-minute commute to nearby Daylesford.