Sacred Mountain House.

Nestled on 5 acres of pristine rural land in the Lower Hunters heritage township of Mulbring. This amazingly visual house takes in all the scenery this valley has to offer. Named the sacred mountain house because of the stunning backdrop of the Watagan Ranges. This house was built for comfort and entertaining, with large timber/glass sliding doors that open to outside to inside. With the open courtyard designed in the middle of the house, you are protected from the winds. Boasting polished concrete floors, rammed earth and a visual hardwood roof structure, this house will take your breathe away.

Architect – Peter Stutchbury Architects

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