James Bond-style house hits market for $10 million
Daniel Craig has graced our screens for the final time as James Bond, but the lifestyle Bond inspires hasn’t gone anywhere.
This Bond-style mansion has hit the market, with a price tag of $10 million, located in the Blue Mountains.
Art dealer Steven Nasteski, who currently owns the property, the like-ness to the world's most famous spy drew him to the home.
“I’ve always been a James Bond fan,” Nasteski said.
“To me, [Invisible House] completely resembled a house that would be in a James Bond movie – in the middle of nowhere, with extraordinary views and architecture.”
The property, Invisible House, is set on the slopes of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, and sits on 65 hectares of land.
If five bedrooms, three bathrooms and six car spaces wasn’t enough the home also comes with two helipads.
“With majestic vistas sweeping across the Megalong Valley, this 65.81 ha (162-acre) estate is the definitive rural escape,” .
The home was named ‘Australian House of the Year’ in 2014 as was designed by architect Peter Stutchbury.
“It captures the unfolding natural beauty of the surrounding landscape at every angle,” the listing said.
“Nestled peacefully into the ridge line and protected from the elements, the 'Invisible House' effortlessly transitions to the outdoors with vast terraces, infinity edge pool and spa.”
The 428 square metres of living space fuses concrete, glass, stone, brass and pine plywood with an open plan.
All five bedrooms can be completely opened to the outdoors to take in the sweeping views across the Megalong Valley.
The home also offers heated floors, a home office/studio space, gym and a central courtyard with a fire pit.
The property will go to auction on the 18th of December.
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