Hampton, Megalong Valley Invisible House sold as executive weekender rental

Hampton, Megalong Valley Invisible House sold as executive weekender rental
Hampton, Megalong Valley Invisible House sold as executive weekender rental

The award-winning Blue Mountains retreat, Invisible House, has reportedly been sold for about $3 million.

Macedonian motor car dealer Steve Nasteski leads the syndicate of mystery buyers of the Megalong Valley property set among glorious eucalypts.

They have plans for an infinity pool and helipad for the executive rental property at 2493 Jenolan Caves Road, Hampton

The Peter Stutchbury-designed residence was named Australian House of the Year in 2014, the awards presented by Houses magazine, affiliated with the Australian Institute of Architects.

The cutting-edge residence, near Lithgow in the western foothills of the NSW Blue Mountains, was built between 2008 and 2010 after the purchase of the 65-hectare site in 2005 for $760,000.

Set on the Blue Mountains’ western slopes, it took filmmaker Alex Proyas three years to build using concrete, brass, copper, Mudgee stacked stone, steel and hoop pine.

It comes with views across the Megalong and Kanimbla Valleys.

The new Invisible House co-owners include Burraneer Bay entrepreneur Stephen Shelley, co-founder of software company Deputy.

Erika Krebs-Woodward, the Swiss-born, Dee Why based widow of whitegoods supplier Jim Woodward, also has secured a third stake in the property, according to ASIC documents lodged earlier this month.

Initially listed in 2016 at $9 million, then revised to $4.8 million, the final price and selling agency is not known as it still appears as listed for sale on two agency websites.

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