Check out these shots from our latest real estate shoot of this holiday gem hidden away in 100 acres of bush near Cradle Mountain.
This house was designed by Dr Mark Dewsbury, Centre for Sustainable Architecture, University of Tasmania. Mark has designed a house that, on the edge of a World Heritage National Park, aims to capture Tasmania’s alpine heartland.
The house is a highly efficient solar passive design, capturing the warmth from the sun and releasing it at night. There is also an air-based heat pump that heats the concrete slab of the house. Insulation is extensive with double glazing throughout.
It was difficult to do justice to the beauty and isolation of Cradle Cave. Luckily I got to stay in the property, and was able to take a few night shots.
If you’d like to take a holiday at Cradle Cave you can book at https://www.stayz.com.au/accommodation/tas/north-west-tasmania/cradle-mountain/171279