Cape Paterson, VIC 3995
Click HERE to make an offer on this stunning home that captures solar gain in winter with careful passive solar design. Excellent orientation, shading, thermally broken double glazing, air tightness and insulation, and clever use of thermal mass combine to passively heat and cool the home. These features combine to deliver great occupant comfort, with the home designed to maintain year-round temperatures between 18 – 25 degrees with minimal heating and cooling required. The colour palette and material textures complement the natural coastal landscape of Cape Paterson. 8 Stargazer is designed to house a family in a small footprint with 3 bedrooms an office, 2 bathrooms and light-filled open-plan living.
8 Stargazer is yet another bill-busting, operationally carbon-neutral home with super-low running costs, meaning the lucky new owners of this home will be comfortable in all conditions, with no gas bill, tiny electricity bills and the option to upgrade to an electric vehicle in future to eliminate petrol bills. This combination makes a household thousands of dollars per annum better off with large savings accruing over time.
Desirably located in The Cape sustainable housing estate, this level allotment of approximately 450 sqm presents a superb opportunity to build a sustainable beachside retreat of uncompromised style.
The home has been designed by Adapt Design, a specialist in sustainable house designs with construction already commenced by multi-award-winning builder, Harris Build for a November 23 completion.
The 8.1-star home has been designed to the new national construction codes (NCC) changes effective from May 2023 in terms of energy efficiency, condensation management, and liveable housing design requirements.
The home will be complemented with energy-efficient appliances, fixtures and fittings. To be constructed as per The Cape Eco village design guidelines.
The Bass Coast is known for its golden beaches and dramatic coastline, and Cape Paterson is no exception. This small seaside town is a favourite for beachgoers, surfers and divers, and a fishing hot spot.
Cape Paterson Bay Beach is best known for its large rock pool, a tranquil place where protected turquoise waters lap gently. The man-made structure was built in the 1960s and is just as popular today; families make a beeline to the inviting rocks on hot days. Be sure to bring your snorkel for a glimpse of underwater life, or bait up and cast a line from the rocky makeshift jetty.
Just around the eastern headland is Cape Paterson Surf Beach. A sandy path takes you from the car park to the beach, which is popular for surfers, bathers and those with a penchant for fishing. The beach is patrolled on weekends between December and Easter.
Pop into the beautiful farm gate at Goshen Country Farm Gate for organically grown fruit and veg, free-range eggs, local bread and honey.
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