Houses For Sale

Wombat Hollow

Bob Rich’s House

Mudbrick house built by Bob in the early 1980s, Bob was part of the early members of Moora Moora.

For more details on Bob’s home visit his website – Mudsmith

Amber’s House

Adorable. Affordable.

This adorable and spacious 4 bedroom home (plus studio) was built by hand with loving energy and is designed for family living. It also has much potential to further enhance the space to make it more suitable for the needs of the modern day household, i.e. two couples/singles without children, or an older couple with visiting children and grandchildren.

It’s situated in Wombat Hollow – Moora Moora’s most happening cluster, and backs on to the magnificent forest of Mount Toolebewong.

Built of rammed earth desired for its insulation properties and embedded energy additional home features include an awesome spacious greenhouse with garden beds ready for all year growing and a separate studio. Artistic features include lead light windows, arched feature window looking onto the forest, archway into spiral stairs, brick floors, wood panelling interior.

Features include:
-sun kissed north facing lounge room
-2 bedrooms with individual balconies on the first floor (one east facing one west facing) and low lying cupboard space
-2 additional bedrooms downstairs adjoining the lounge area, one with built in cupboards
-mezzanine that can be used as a small study or yoga space
-laundry 
-bathroom with bath
-separate toilet
-cellar for preserving food and storing camping gear etc

Energy:
-10 solar panels and a hot water solar system (with potential for greater system opportunities)
-wood stove oven in kitchen with water jacket for hot water
-wood fire in lounge room
-diesel generator

Additional structures and features worth noting:
-back studio made of rammed earth which could be converted into a teens retreat or music room etc
-wood shed
-chook shed 
-carport
-small garden for vege growing fenced from deer
-storage along mezzanine

Garden features:
-awesome greenhouse with garden beds for growing foods with established grape vine for summer shading
-Established kiwi fruit plant and lemon tree (important for the margaritas!!)

The house is built well but is needing a little bit of minor maintenance. 

My preference to selling was to find a suitable co-owner to help love the house, invest in it with me and be happy for shared living 3-4 months of the year. However that has not eventuated. I’m still open to this idea with the right kind of no-nonsense person/couple/family with older children. It’s hard for me to be selling as I love this house, the cluster and the community. 

Sale price ranges from $175,000 to $199,999. Full purchase in cash is preferred and will sell at the lower end of the range. A deposit plus repayments over a 5 year period is possible with an initial payment of $100,000. Serious buyers who have the means to pay the initial payment and are progressing through the friends/Non-member resident process are welcome to contact me on 0437 388 895. Please text instead of leaving a message if your call goes unanswered. 


Mudburra

Carmen’s house


Karingal

Julia’s house

Three bedroom round straw bale/ wonky board house for sale. Lovely open plan home with 3 upstairs bedrooms. Great for entertaining and a perfect house for children. Easy living with solar power and solar hot water boosted by gas and fire. Two fires: one for heating and a wood stove for cooking if preferred but separate gas oven for ease. Large bathroom with plenty of light. Established gardens. This house has a special feel as soon as you enter and a friendly atmosphere.


Nyora

Cinnamon’s house

FOR LEASE AND/OR SALE

This charming stone and heavy timber cottage in Nyora Cluster is available for lease and/or sale. The cottage features:
This charming stone and heavy timber cottage in Nyora Cluster is available for lease and/or sale. The cottage features:
– One main bedroom
– A smaller mezzanine space that could be used as a study, guest or child’s bedroom
– A modest living room with forest and garden views
– A large kitchen with a gas stove and under-bench fridge
– A rustic bathroom and separate toilet
– Wood space heating
– Solar and wood water heating
– Connections to the cluster’s shared solar/diesel electrical and rain/spring water reticulation systems
– Comprehensive bushfire sprinkler system with copper pipes on house, petrol pressure pump and independent water storage
– Separate work shed and firewood storage

The owner has loved the cottage and the mountain for more than 20 years but life now calls her in a different direction. The cottage is ready for a new resident or owner to look after it and be part of Moora Moora into the future. For enquiries please contact the Membership Committee.