Award wining Australian architecture and landscape on a secluded nature rich hill side of Kobe. This property used to be a resident of Australian Consulate Generals. This is one of the most unique properties in Kobe.
The house is situated on the large piece of land 905.50 sq m at the edge of Mt. Rokko National Park. west side of the property is lush green forest and natural stream.
The house functioned as diplomatic entertainment, office and residence for the successive Consulate Generals. Vast space of living room suitable for entertaining large number of guests which is adjacent to the wood deck terrace. Next to the living room there is 33 sq m dining room which you can host 18 guests around a large table. Separately there is a private section of kitchen and family dining area with its own balcony. Next to the entrance is the study with high ceiling. Second floor is a family private space with a spacious corner master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two bedroom with double sink bathroom, a guest room with en-suite bathroom and family living entertaining room.
A covered garage space for three cars and a Japanese inspired Australian garden wraps around the house.
Total floor area 433.42 sq m
Steel frame, two stories building
Designed by Joanne Blesing is an award-winning Interior and Architectural designer.
Landscape design by TCL - One of the world’s most highly acclaimed landscape architecture and urban design firms.