25 km from the town of Nannup you will find a beautiful sweeping riverfront block with a balanced mix of natural jarrah/marri forest, an olive grove, pasture and a winter soak. At the end of a secluded driveway you will find a breathtaking architect-designed home built into the side of a forested hill.
The house blends into the landscape with its access ramps and clever use of elevation and glass. Cool in summer, warm in winter with expansive views and light, airy living spaces, this modern yet down-to-earth home balances sustainability with uncompromising comfort.
You really must see this to appreciate the scope and appeal of this superb property.
The Nannup Holiday House is an outstanding structure designed by leading architect Adrian Iredale of Iredale Pedersen Hook. It has won the Marshall Clifton Award for Residential Architecture – Houses at the Australian Institute of Architects WA Chapter Architecture Awards. It also won a Colorbond Steel Commendation Award. In addition the house received an honourable mention at the Architectural Review England International House Awards 2014, has been short-listed in the top 6 for the World Architecture New House of the Year 2014 and was short-listed for the Australian Houses Awards 2014.