The Woollahra House 11 Enjoys A Beautiful Location And Features Eco-Friendly Systems


Now, here’s a home that enjoys a great location and makes the most out of the available natural elements that surround it. The Woollahra House 11 is a lovely residence developed and completed by Grove Architects. It rests on 250 square meters site, in a heritage conservation precinct from the urban fringe of Sydney, Australia, looking upon a park to the north and a neo gothic sandstone church to the west.

The home belongs to a mature couple that desired to have an open plan home that would feature a studio and a space for working and a suite for accommodating guests. Said and done. The most striking element that charms everyone who steps foot in the house must be the beautiful nature that almost comes inside, feeling like home near this beautiful and welcoming residence. As a response, the home meets sustainability standards and features several eco-friendly systems that befriend the environment, such as storage tanks for recycling water and solar heating. There’s also a vegetable garden that relies only on organic principles.

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