Sensitively created from locally sourced and recycled timbers in the mid-1990s, this solid 2 – 3 bedroom open plan home occupies a modest environmental footprint amid the total privacy of re-established rainforest trees. Set on 1.9 hectares in a popular location, the thoughtful application of a range of natural principals allow the inhabitants to minimise energy requirements and live harmoniously in the leafy surrounds. The bottom boundary is formed by a creek and two large rainwater tanks provide the home with ample fresh water supply.
High ceilings and creative glazing ensure plenty of light and air flow to maintain comfortable conditions indoors throughout the seasons; a fully re-conditioned Rayburn stove multi tasks as cooker, heater/dryer and back up hotwater service for the solar. A separate wet room provides spacious bathroom facilities, storage room and composting toilet facilities with grey water recycling to water an extensive garden. Two plots of bushtucker trees and vegetable gardens complete the foundation for a sustainable lifestyle property with minimal environmental impact.
Separate wet room
Solar Hot water
2 x water tanks
Rayburn Slow Combustion (HW backup)
2 Bush tucker plots