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Bunbartha Homestead in Victoria, Australia

12 September 2023

Design: Studio Minosa

Location: Bunbartha, Victoria, Australia

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

Photos by Nicole England

Bunbartha Homestead, Australia

This Homestead is situated on a Rural block in Bunbartha VIC has no visible neighbor, it is adjacent to the Goulburn River.

“Design should explore space; it should understand the homeowners and the way they wish to live in that space, and it must redefine the space so they can all live and enjoy the area for many years to come.”

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

Interior Design

There is something so special about Rural properties, no visible neighbors, peace and quiet, a real sense of calm. For our clients, the only thing missing was a beautiful interior that would fit in with their current lifestyle and growing family.

Our client first built this home in the late 80’s, life was quite different then, 3 young children, a working farm and a business in its infancy to take care of. The original Homestead was your classic 80’s project home, where rooms where preferred to open space and future growth was the furthest thing from front of mind.

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

The interior was dated, with many hallways to get to the many rooms. Despite the vastness of the property the original home was dark and did not take in its surroundings.

The clients desire was to reinvent the interior spaces to reflect today’s living needs; with all the kids now grown and living away from this the family home it needed to cater for when they come and stay (which is very frequent).

We needed to ensure there was a real ease of transition and with the family now grown the time spent together was a little “louder” let’s say so there needed to be two areas. These have been split into the quiet area and the outrageous area.

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

The quiet side consists of the main kitchen and living area, the bedrooms and ensuite and the master suite upstairs with walk in study. The Outrageous side consists of billiard room, bar, cinema room, steam room, laundry and alfresco living which will be attached to the 25m lap pool currently being installed.

“Where tranquillity meets exuberance, this house unveils a tale of contrast. Enter its two separate zones—the quiet area and the outrageous area—and experience the harmonious coexistence of serenity and vivacity.”

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

“The ultimate form of sophistication is simplicity, the design of this home is refined, it is thoughtful, and the detail is second to none”

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

The dream entailed spaces that could accommodate the now adult children, their partners, and children.”

Bunbartha Homestead in Victoria, Australia – Building Information

Design: Studio Minosa- https://www.studiominosa.com.au/

Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia Bunbartha Homestead, Victoria, Australia

Photographs © Nicole England

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