Beauty and tranquility intertwine in this luxury tree house of sorts located in New South Wale’s hinterland town Fernleigh.

There is a uniqueness in this property rarely found, with sanctuary-like gardens sweeping the outskirts and manicured lawns rolling down steady embankments to a bubbling creek. Inside, high ceilings embrace the cool breeze captured from the outdoors and expelled indoors, natural light flooding in from countless windows lining each wall. Warm timber brush the floors, complimenting the deeper tones of wood that frame the windows and doors. The home is lifted by crisp white walls welcoming guests into the rustic country retreat.

Bedrooms are elated with the outside world looking in through expansive windows. Each generously sized bedroom opens out to a veranda and custom bathroom, but not to be upstaged by the separate two bedroom cottage nestled in the property’s grounds. The converted 100-year old barn is perfect for yoga or artistic pleasures, offering a large storage area for leisure or workshop needs.

A fluid connectivity between the inside and the alfresco outdoors draws entertaining into the fresh air. The ample deck is surrounded by lush greenery, a true tree house in the canopies among age old trees and magnificent seasonal blooms. It begs a peaceful lifestyle paired with an architect-designed home on a secluded 13 acres within close proximity to popular hinterland villages and major beaches.

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