Hamish Knox: Bend of Islands’ Glass Home on the market – realestate.com.au


484 Henley Highway, Bend Of Islands, is on the market with $790,000-$840,000 worth hopes.

The son of one among Melbourne’s most celebrated architects used a “treasure trove” of recycled supplies to create this dream pad in a secret bush suburb in Melbourne’s northeast.

Timber telegraph poles, commercial-grade glass from a Collins Road tower and a putting Victorian staircase mix at Bend Of Islands’ enchanting Glass Home hideaway.

Hamish Knox, the son of grasp mud brick architect Alistair Knox, designed the storybook property mixing previous and current at 484 Henley Road, now on the market for $790,000-$840,000.

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The house seems to be like an magical treehouse from the skin.

However inside you’ll discover sweeping views and eclectic finishes.

The construct makes use of recycled and located supplies, together with an outdated Victorian staircase.

The 2-bedroom, two-bathroom home is marketed as “a life-style to envy” with “a location to match”.

Morrison Kleeman’s Gayle Blackwood mentioned the patchwork nature of the upcycled hand-crafted it troublesome to position its age, however added that it had been up to date by earlier house owners.
CoreLogic data present its first sale dates again to 1977.

“It’s a very particular dwelling,” Ms Blackwood mentioned. “Hamish Knox has a treasure trove of recycled and located supplies in a big shed, so when he creates a home the design is impressed by the supplies.”

Repurposed timber options all through the house.

She mentioned the eclectic property match completely in its distinctive atmosphere at Bend of Islands – a tightly held, sustainable suburb where no domestic pets are allowed, however the place an absence of fencing permits for loads of wildlife to roam.

The world additionally has a co-operative that calls for vetting of wannabe residents and is ruled by the state’s solely Environmental Dwelling zone.

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“Everybody who builds there builds their dream,” she mentioned. “You don’t have to fret about what your neighbour is constructing and may actually let your inventive spirit run wild.”

The agent mentioned the house’s earlier house owners included a downsizing couple who loved the two-level floorplan for working from dwelling, and different distributors from the inventive industries.

“It’s been crossing all purchaser demographics,” Ms Blackwood mentioned. “I’ve had a composer come to have a look at it in addition to a first-home purchaser couple.”

The house presents sweeping views of the valley and the realm’s leafy surrounds from the open-plan residing areas and the treetop outside space.

Extra drawcards embody a woodfire heater, shed, and the ground-level leisure space with seating and built-in barbecue.

The property is for personal sale.

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