Sculptor Paul Begg lists Blue Mountains home

Sculptor Paul Begg lists Blue Mountains home
Sculptor Paul Begg lists Blue Mountains home

Designer and sculptor Paul Begg has listed his long-held Wentworth Falls home he created.

He turned what was once an ordinary bungalow into a grand design of hardwood, timber, concrete and glass with sustainability in mind.

Having paid $180,000 for the cottage nearly 20 years ago, Begg's initial requirement was a north facing backyard.

He had custom steel windows and doors inserted to connect to the outdoors.

The level three zoned garden features mature apple, lemon, quince, olive and fig trees, as well as three bricked garden beds for veggies and herbs.

Wollami Pine flanks the driveway with a pink rhododendron, mature dogwoods, maples and cabbage palms.

The unique homestead has two separate living arrangements.

The front of the house, with a simple closing of a door, creates a separate two bedroom, self-contained cottage with its own living area, kitchen and bathroom.

Purcell Property agents Brenden Purcell and Daniel Jennings are marketing the property, which has been a star performer on AirBnb, with a $950,000 to $980,000 price guide. 

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