Striking Adelaide Hills concrete trophy home listed

Striking Adelaide Hills concrete trophy home listed
Striking Adelaide Hills concrete trophy home listed

An Adelaide Hills home, designed by Melbourne-based architecture firm Woods Bagot, curves into the landscape.

The striking concrete home which cuts across an undulating block at Heathfield comes with 650 square metres of space split into two wings.

The accommodation wing at the eastern end of the curve has five bedrooms, while at the western side is the kitchen with scullery and a home office.

A large living and dining space with two wood-burning fireplaces divides the spaces.

The lower ground floor comprises a home theatre room and a pin code-accessed wine cellar.

Its vendors suggest their house feels like a living sculpture.

It was designed to showcase their art collection in mind, but not in a clinical way.

Striking Adelaide Hills concrete trophy home listed

The home, some 18 kilometres south east of Adelaide, is surrounded by tall trees with an elevated swimming pool and tennis court in the 2.6 hectare grounds.

There's a pool house plus entertainment pavilion.

The home comes with fully organic, mature produce garden and orchard, which has quinces, pistachio, apples, pears, citrus, peaches and pomegranates growing.

Striking Adelaide Hills concrete trophy home listed

The 2013-built home won the prestigious award from the South Australia Institute of Architects in the New Home category last year.

South Australia Sotheby's agent Grant Giordano is marketing the home with $4.8 million to $5 million price guidance.

It was $5.5 million on its initial listing two years ago.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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