Melbourne family secures sleek architectural hideaway in Aireys Inlet


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Locally quarried stone features at the Aireys Inlet house.

A SLEEK architectural house designed to blend in with the Aireys Inlet landscape and showcasing stone from a nearby quarry has sold to a Melbourne family for $1.86m.

Great Ocean Property, Aireys Inlet agent Marty Maher said the buyers were on the hunt for a getaway on acreage near the coast.

The four-bedroom house on about 4.45ha of land that was once a dairy farm, at Lot 1/23-79 Bambra Rd, Aireys Inlet, fit the bill perfectly.

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“They had an acreage property inland, which they sold, because they wanted to get something near the coast,” Mr Maher said.

He said modular design company Modscape built the house about 18 months ago but it had never been lived in.

The L-shaped design has two wings, one of which houses an open-plan living area with a wraparound deck and floor-to-ceiling windows capturing northern light and rural views.

Large windows frame the rural outlook.

The valley setting isn’t far from the beach.

A stone fireplace, sourced from a quarry just down the road, is a standout feature of the space.

The other wing has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and rumpus room or fourth bedroom.

Painkalac Creek runs along the property’s western boundary in a valley known for its horseriding.

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