House hunters looking for a quirky and rustic house just outside the box can’t pass this house in Adelaide Hills.
Carry-Garry’s house is made up of two semi-cylinders, where several Nissen huts appear to be molded together. 77 Boundary drive It’s not the type of house on the market.
The owner built an off-the-grid house in 1998 and carefully placed it on the hillside of the 8.1ha site to take full advantage of its vast landscape.
Harris Real Estate Agent Tamara Gertig, who sells real estate with Jordan House, said she had fascinated many curious house hunters in the first few days of the market.
“There is a lot of interest from local and interstate highway buyers,” she said.
“It’s perfectly livable, but it’s a house you might get through in time.”
The “T” -shaped house has three bedrooms and one bathroom, featuring an open living and dining room.
Its living area flows to the balcony, which provides the perfect place to enjoy the panoramic view in front of it.
There are two wings on either side of the main living area. One is a shared bathroom and a bedroom with a balcony, the other is a kitchen and two bedrooms (one with a balcony).
Accommodation also includes a studio or shed and a double carport.
In addition, the house also has a solar energy supply, bores, septic tanks, and extensive stormwater storage.
Gertig said future buyers were attracted to the stunning scenery and the off-the-grid, private lifestyle it offers.
This property is for sale without a price guide.
An eccentric Nissen hut-style carry-gary house that offers a private off-the-grid lifestyle
https://www.realestate.com.au/news/quirky-nissen-hutstyle-carey-gully-house-offering-private-offgrid-lifestyle/ An eccentric Nissen hut-style carry-gary house that offers a private off-the-grid lifestyle