701 James Lane, TRENTHAM EAST VIC 3458


Superbly designed contemporary mudbrick home on 9.98 Acres.


Sited to capture the sunny northerly aspect and with stunning views to Mount Macedon this wonderful contemporary family home or lifestyle property respects the traditional earthy values of mudbrick construction and tastefully introduces more contemporary elements. Bespoke timber doors, exposed supporting beams and timber window lintels accentuate the interiors and combine perfectly with wonderful cathedral ceilings, beautiful rendered walls and cleverly utilized polished concrete floors, oxidized to reflect the colour of the renowned East Trentham soil.

The home offers a wonderful floorplan and includes 3 large bedrooms, main with soaring raked ceiling, beautiful ensuite and a wall of robes. 2 further bedrooms are filled with light and have full width robes and there is a modern family bathroom, private library and open sided TV room which offers some flexibility of use.

The kitchen is modern country with stylish cabinetry and beautiful timber benchtops. There is an island bench, Rayburn wood fired oven and high quality Siemens oven and dishwasher. Both living and meals areas have cathedral ceilings and open to outside via double timber doors. A fantastic loft area is accessed via a timber staircase and the possibilities for this space are endless.

Hydronic heating, double glazed windows and rendered internal walls that are 230mm thick and packed with straw, enhance the thermal and architectural properties of the home creating a warmth and ambience that is palpable.

The meandering driveway leads to an integrated double garage and the surrounds are a blank canvas with an abundance of bore water and amazing red soil at your fingertips.

Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 9.98 acres
  • 2 Garage
  • Study
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Rumpus Room
  • Broadband
  • Shed
  • Split System Heating
  • Hydronic Heating
  • Split System Aircon
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