This beautiful home is located on a remote working property in Willalooka, just over the South Australian border.
As there are no services to the site the house operates entirely off-grid creating its own power, collecting its own water and disposing of its own waste.
The home has been designed using 3 modules. The front two modules contain the master bedroom, laundry and main living areas, while the rear module contains the children’s bedrooms and second living area.
The children’s wing of the home can be completely closed off by a large sliding panel and enables the home to effortlessly expand or contract depending on the number of occupants.
The combination of spotted gum cladding, the expressed steel frame used for the decking, and the integration of Mt Gambier stone sourced from the property itself, have created a naturally blended palette of materials that allows this home to sit completely comfortable in its environment.
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 laundry
- 2 open plan living areas
- Stainless steel kitchen
- Large external decking
- Cheminees Phillipe fire place with stone surround
- Spotted gum cladding
- Double glazed Aneeta windows
- Rheem solar hot water system
- Bamboo flooring
- Bisazza tiles
- Stand-alone solar power
- 90000L precast underground water tanks