The $9 million asking price for the Peter Stutchbury-designed Invisible House

The $9 million asking price for the Peter Stutchbury-designed Invisible House
The $9 million asking price for the Peter Stutchbury-designed Invisible House

The Blue Mountains home, known as the Invisible House, has been listed for $9 million set among glorious eucalypts.

The home was named 'Australian House of The Year' in 2014 and is currently on the shortlist for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) ‘International Building of the Year’.

Kangaroos, wombats and wallabies, and a diverse range of birdlife, abound at the property perched on a ridge, 1170 metres above sea level.

With views across the Megalong and Kanimbla Valleys, it was named Australian house of the year in 2014, and is shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects International Prize after its design by architect Peter Stutchbury.

The Invisible House at Hampton was commissioned by the filmmaker Alex Proyas who recently released Gods of Egypt.

The 65-hectare site overlooking the Megalong Valley was bought in 2005 for $760,000. 

The three-year build is set into the ridge line, with a floor plan of a four-bedroom, three-bathroom residence on the western slopes of the Blue Mountains, between Oberon and Hampton.

It makes a feature of its concrete, Mudgee stacked stone, steel and hoop pine building materials amid the 428 sqm internal space.

Marcus Lloyd-Jones, of Modern House, is taking expressions of interest on 2493 Jenolan Caves Road, Hampton.

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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