Located in the Southern Highlands, this Joadja masterpiece is the most iconic, private home by Australias architectural master the late Harry Seidler. Famously known as Seidler House, this is arguably Seidlers most striking residential masterpiece built into the natural rock formation, this award-winning design was completed in 2000 and positioned on the edge of a rugged sandstone escarpment so as to ensure panoramic bush views overlooking the deep picturesque gorge of the Wingecarribee River, Joadja, Mittagong and Bowral in the Southern Highlands.
Seidler House has been celebrated in several international magazines, including Architectural Digest, and projects the glamour of Hollywood Hills mansions.
The home features spacious open plan interiors with floor to ceiling glass walls that invite in an abundance of natural light and warmth, as well as opening up the home to the breathtaking views and scenery that await you. Opposing curved roofs, local stone, Alta quartzite floors, Verde marina granite and Norwegian stone are all artfully blended together to create a breathtaking indoor atmosphere. White walls complement the stone and generous living spaces with open fireplaces crafted together to create a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor.
Expansive viewing decks, vast outdoor gardens and entertaining areas, sculptures and stone gardens that lead to a central swimming pool are truly spectacular additions to the home.
The house has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms comfortably sleeping up to 8 guests.
Towels and linen
A welcome to the home
24/7 phone support
Checking In & Out
Check-in from 2pm and check-out by 11am
$1,400 per night plus a cleaning fee of $300 on departure
2 night minimum stay