Offered for sale for the first time in 38 years, “Wonga Hill” is named for the beautiful native Wonga pigeons that frequent the property. Located at Black Hill adjacent to the new Stockrington State Conservation Area, this nature lover’s paradise includes 17 hectares of mostly forested, elevated land that offers absolute privacy.
Soak up the serenity and marvel at the magnificent 270 degree views of Mount Sugarloaf, the Watagan Mountains and Brokenback Range, or take a short stroll through the forest. The house itself has been designed to interact with the landscape, with many picture windows and glass sliding doors creating strong connections between the internal and external spaces.
Built above the frost line on a natural plateau that had previously been a tomato farm, the house overlooks stunning bushland views that change with the season.
Scandinavian influence is evident in the 36 degree pitch of the roof and the design of the internal space. Constructed with a true north orientation and an east/west axis, the house includes a range of elements that help reduce electricity use.
A stylish custom-designed u-shaped kitchen is at the heart of the home, with its open plan layout and large picture window to the magnificent view.
All living areas are on the north side of the house with a series of glass doors running almost the full length of the northern face of the house. The house has four living spaces, a study and three bedrooms with a possible fourth located over two levels.