Hobbs Point buildings including the house, cottage and shed. The solar panel array and enclosed orchard are in the clearing between the buildings.

 
 

Secluded luxury waterfront home Narooma

 
 

Architects brief
The brief given to the architect was simple;
1.The house must fit into the landscape, not dominate it.
2. It should be north facing, and be energy efficient.
3. Where possible every room must optimise the magnificent views.
4. It should be designed for two people; guests stay in the cottage.
5. All the rooms should be individually spacious,
6. Lounge, dining, library/TV should be open plan for entertaining.

The result
A spacious 200 square metre luxury home designed to be part of Hobbs Point, not to dominate it, with tiled floors, lime washed timber ceilings, and strategically placed double glazed windows to optimise the glorious views. No effort has been spared to enhance energy efficiency. The kitchen has stainless steel bench tops plus a granite top for pastry making.

 
 
 
 

Hobbs Point Cottage

 
 

The Cottage
Hobbs Point Cottage was architect designed as stand alone accommodation for visiting family and friends. The building is north facing and is sited 50 metres from the waters edge. It is completely self contained, largely open plan, with a lounge, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom, and a covered deck overlooking the inlet. It is designed to sleep two, but there is room for an extra bed if needed. As with the house, it too has the same tiled floors, lime washed cathedral timber ceilings and multiple large windows with spectacular views of the inlet and majestic trees.

A Cottage Business ?
For a number years the cottage has operated as a self contained holiday letting. You can read what our guests thought of the cottage in reviews
For more information you can ring us on 0244761171 or visit Hobbs Point Cottage website

 
 
 
 

Storage & Work Shed

 
 

The original 6m x 12m steel shed on a concrete slab has grown with age. A 3m wide extension on one side has two rooms, one used for storage and the other is a fitted out tool shed. A 6m x 10m car port has added to the rear, to house boats, tractors and the like. The interior of the original structure now has insulated walls and ceiling, is divided into three rooms and is air conditioned. Internet connection is via a Telstra Outdoor Wireless Gateway. Next to the studio is a 22,000 litre (5,000 gallon) rain water tank. 

 
 
 
 

Other buildings & structures

1. PowerTower: an elevated platform for a solar panel array, with a hut below for invertors, battery charger etc. Old system which could easily be upgraded.
2. Generator Shed: houses a 6 kva diesel generator.
3. Orchard & Vegetable Garden: a 100 square metre orchard is fully enclosed with "chicken" wire sides and "roof" , to protect it from the numerous birds, bats and other wildlife. As well as fruit trees, it contains raised vegetable and berry beds. There is a dam feeding a 22,500 litre tank for gardening water.
4. Fernery: new addition - fenced off to protect from wildlife.
5. Tractor/caravan port: More undercover parking