A beautifully constructed, energy efficient home is nestled upon 20 hectares of wonderful pasture and bush with a number of permanent spring fed dams ensuring a constant water supply. This property has previously been used as a dairy farm. The house has a north easterly aspect and is designed to capture all day sunlight and warmth. The use of rendered straw bales, local timbers and local stone impart a rich mixture of textures and earthy tones with a crackling wood fire providing the perfect ambience on a cold winters night. There is also extensive use of double glazing to ensure minimum heat loss. The atrium has black slate floors designed to capture heat all year round. Louvre windows then allow the warmth to flow into the living areas. While the entire building is striking it is the beautifully appointed kitchen, custom built by Bernd Farasin, that sets the tone. For those requiring storage or a workshop, there is a 20 metre x 12 metre, 3 metre high shed complete with three phase power. There is ample parking adjoining the house with a huge carport allowing for covered access to the house. This is a phenomenal 'Sea Change' property and a rare find, so close to the Hobart Central Business District.
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