Harmonising with the natural landscape and historical architecture of the region, this Arrowtown family home has been constructed from stone and weatherboard. Internal patterned textures of stone, steel, granite and timber reflect the past, yet create a modern day living space. Well-placed windows and doors ensure the owners can enjoy the mountain views from all rooms. An attached double garage has internal access plus enough space for a golf cart and ski equipment.
The grounds are fully landscaped with the outdoor entertaining area which can bee enjoyed all-year round thanks to a fire place and the louvres on the roof. A spa pool sits in an attractive raised stone platform which is an excellent place for relaxing. There are four double bedrooms and a bunk room which can accommodate up to eight people. A gas fire and underfloor heating keep the occupants warm during the winter. In the large open plan area, there are high ceilings with timber sarking which complements the wooden floor. The modern kitchen boasts stainless steel appliance and a granite island bench which doubles as a breakfast bar.