Organic-style custom Dural home sells

Organic-style custom Dural home sells
Organic-style custom Dural home sells

John Clinton, the drummer from the country band, The Wolverines and wife, Kim have sold their secluded, organic-style, custom-built Dural home.

The Quarry Road house was initially marketed last year with $2.75 million price hopes, then relisted more recently at $2.49 million.

David Baggs at ECA Space Design designed the house which won praise from the Housing Industry Association.

The early 1990s environmentally friendly home sits on almost three hectares.

The curved two-storey, three bedroom house also comes with a self contained two-bedroom studio which was a disused train carriage.

There are rooftop gardens and wraparound 20m wet edge pool.

Sandy Ward of Ray White Dural sold the listing that recently made the list of top ten NSW’s most popular and incredible homes on news.com.au.

The Wolverines are best known for the song 65 Roses about cystic fibrosis, and the Ballad of Young Bobby Dale.

Once described as a Harley riding, music playing trio, the Wolverines recorded their first album in Nashville in 1996.

Clinton, a former Sydney nightclub owner who seeks to now expand his Holy Cow yacht charterer business, installed a striking musical mural in the main bathroom by the painter Ken Roberts.

The house apparently sold to musicians.

This article first appeared in the Saturday Daily Telegraph

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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