This architectural jewel, dubbed Cunana, is located on Frankston Flinders Road in Merricks, Victoria, Australia. It is situated on 27 acres and is nestled amongst lush farmland and mature trees on Victoria’s exclusive Mornington Peninsula with uninterrupted views to Western Port, Phillip Island and Seal Rock. It was designed by award-winning architect Alfred de Bruyne of SJB Architects and completed in 2007. It boasts approximately 14,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, walls of glass, 5 kitchens (including one for private entertaining and another butler’s kitchen for staff), two entertaining terraces, two spacious living areas, dining room, atrium courtyard, elevator, two self-contained apartments, home theater, gym, game room with arcade machines, wine cellar, study, indoor swimming pool, 2-car garage, two three–car carports and security gates. The price is available upon request.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Daniel

    Ha! I’ve *always* wanted to live in a home that rivals the best mausoleums. Damn shame the architect decided to make that design statement, because the interior and setting are very nice.




    0



    0
    • Barabara Mckenzie

      Sorry, hideous flat roof box ballooned by architect ego limitless client budget




      0



      0
  • george

    I always wondered where the star ship Enterprise landed.




    0



    0
  • Grrrowler

    Again, I’m the dissenting voice. I could like this with a little work. Yes, the design is just a bunch of squares and rectangles, but I like the low-slung look, and that it appears to rise out of the ground from some angles. The interior has lots of potential, although I will go on record saying I don’t like how it’s currently done. I’m a fan of the warm modern style with lots of natural materials and textures. That said, I wish it had more variety of natural materials and textures. I like the interior courtyard that has views to the ocean, although the decor is also rather unimaginative. The biggest drawback for me is that there’s no outside pool. I suppose with 27 acres there’s plenty of room to add one.




    0



    0
  • rob

    Again, I am the only one who is deep enough to truly appreciate a modernist masterpiece. This is brilliant. One of the first things you have to do in a modern home is get the right setting and this does it very well. The vistas are phenomenal and it has plenty of privacy. I love the wood on the ceilings and the clean, efficient look to the whole house. I particularly like the patio where the sky is framed like another ceiling. I think Kenny must have been bribed by the Australian embassy. This is the second nice Australian home on here. We now know that Australia has two good homes.




    0



    0