Boomerang Shaped Veranda Living
Located in Cooray, Australia, this little eco-friendly farmhouse was designed by Casey Brown Architecture into the shape of a boomerang that perfectly fits its lush green site. The elegant lodge takes advantage of the luscious surrounding and captivates its visitors with a very stylish interior along with sweeping views through vast and full-height openings. Just one visit (or scroll through these photos), and you might just fall head over heels in love with this perfect home. And if you’re wondering about price, it recently sold a few years ago for around $1.3 Million. Check out the photos and you’ll see why!
Located in a lush hidden valley in sub tropical queensland, this farmhouse is sited around a large dam catching the summer breezes funneled up the valley and over the water. Designed for a retired couple, the building is a simple classic ‘shed’ form with the plan kinked in the middle to create an open ‘dog run’ and entry. A veranda runs full length on the northern side with large sliding doors opening up the house towards the lake side. The building sits up off the ground to cope with flooding rains and to increase ventilation.
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