Imagine escaping to a serene hideaway amongst lush green gardens and tranquil ponds… A world away from the pressures of the city!
This breathtaking Bedfordale home is just that – a stunning escape within 19.68ha of manicured gardens, inspired by the architecture of Japan and boasting a seamlessly fluid connection to the outdoors.
Designed by architect Suzanne Hunt and built by specialist builder Gransden Construction the award-winning home is laid out in a series of stone and timber pavilions – maximising each room’s outlook onto tranquil gardens, koi-filled pools and the surrounding valley. The primary bedroom has been given perhaps the most impressive of these outlooks, with an entire wall opening up to an unrivalled morning view.
Every finish and feature in the home has been selected to the highest standards – from the Becagli travertine floors up to the Canadian slate roof, the state of the art kitchen, or the vents set into the floor for heating and cooling. Basalt stone and rammed earth emphasise the connection to the outdoors on the few walls that don’t open directly to the grounds.
But really, a picture speaks a thousand words – just imagine hosting a dinner party with this view! Or enjoying your morning cuppa underneath the transforming leaves of the maple tree.
While the pavilions of the main home – including a second bedroom – are linked by corridors, a separate guesthouse boasts another two bedrooms, luxury kitchen and living area. Also separate but only moments away you’ll find that spectacular pool house, its 20 metre heated lap pool crowned by a truly stunning, twinkling galaxy-inspired fibre optic ceiling feature.
To find out more about this one-of-a-kind Bedfordale home, head to its listing here.