Nestled along the shores of Apollo Bay, Bruno Island, lies the D’entrecasteaux House. A marked target of the harsh Tasmanian climate, architect firm Room 11 thought it wise to build a high-walled courtyard barrier to help protect the inner workings of the residence. The dwelling sits high atop an open field — boasting picturesque panoramas, which includes overlooking a tranquil lake with a towering mountain range in the far-off distance.
A peek inside the home, goes on to reveal grand floor-to-ceiling windows — ideal for ample doses of natural light, which offers a detailed look at the interior’s black timber finish and spacious quarters. Flip through the images above for a better look at the D’entrecasteaux House.
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