Glenn Murcutt-designed Bowral home Beacon Hill hits the market

Glenn Murcutt-designed Bowral home Beacon Hill hits the market
Glenn Murcutt-designed Bowral home Beacon Hill hits the market

Beacon Hill, the Bowral farm with luxury Glenn Murcutt-designed homestead, has been listed for sale.

There are $6 million plus hopes for the 40 hectare estate which is named after a World War II radio beacon that once stood on its highest point to transmit radio signals from Sydney to Canberra.

Murcutt, a Pritzker Prize-winning architect, is renowned for love of space, light, nature, minimalism, earthy tones and harmonising structures with their environment.

Glenn Murcutt-designed Bowral home Beacon Hill hits the market

The four bedroom home sits at the end of a private treelined driveway and has open plan living areas featuring a gym, gourmet kitchen and a home office with its own fireplace.

In the grounds is a resort-style heated swimming pool with adjacent spa, sauna and outdoor heater shower.

Glenn Murcutt-designed Bowral home Beacon Hill hits the market

The property lends itself to those with equine interests, with horse paddocks, arenas and stables.

The Agency's Ben Olofsen is marketing the home on behalf of the famous Meagher legal family.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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