This house on the Point Lonsdale foreshore is built from historic materials sourced from all around the country.
A triumph in engineering and sustainable design, the timeless design of the home showcases reclaimed Darling Harbour turpentine posts, recycled Tasmanian oak flooring, Gippsland hardwood ceilings, and roof trusses from a West Australian sheep station.
Agent Lee Botsios of Fletchers Queenscliff told SCHWARTZWILLIAMS, "The window arches are from Captain Cook’s Cottage, and are 100 years old.”
Three floors are wrapped around a rustic timber staircase, tapering towards a showpiece bedroom with spectacular ocean views. The second floor master bedroom is a serene retreat, featuring a walk-in robe, en suite and private balcony.
The ground floor lounge features a 1940s-era open fireplace that connects the kitchen and dining area.
- Hydronic heating
- Ceiling fans
- Louvre windows
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Experience Geelong's history
1930s home in Newtown, Victoria, for sale