It’s a long stroll to the closest neighbor from this home at the foot of the Mount Franklin volcanic cavity in Victoria, Australia.
High as can be’s precise design differentiates its encompassing 50 sections of land of continuous nature. Its full-length glass windows outline sees over the close-by cultivate and bushland. The well of lava – which is currently torpid, having last ejected more than 400,000 years back – is additionally home to a lush save, and not a long way from spa town Daylesford.
A porch at the front of the four-room property – which is being unloaded on 24 February by JellisCraig – gives space to lounging in the sun, and there’s additionally a little round saltwater pool to chill in. The roundabout theme proceeds somewhere else as entrances and windows.
Inside, originators Tik and Josh White have situated the living and feasting zones to benefit as much as possible from dawn and dusk. No room needs for perspectives of the farmland, including a completely glass-walled lavatory that is one for the more intrepid bathers – who can absorb naturally pumped spring water.
High as can be additionally includes inside stone dividers that reference those found in the Mt Franklin zone, and also cleaned solid ground surface and a domed bay window that acquires the inexhaustible characteristic light.