Australia’s “Hexagon House” has found a buyer.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom “home of angles” at 25 Batavia Circle in the coastal town of Kalbarri in Western Australia, was listed for $399,000 and is truly a unique sight.
Listed by The Agency, photos reveal the property’s one of a kind floorplan. The rooms run in a clockwise direction with the bedrooms first and the kitchen last.
An aerial shot also draws attention to the home’s unusual hexagon corrugated iron roof.
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“From the moment you enter, you will find yourself faced with the different, the unusual,” the listing says.
Occupying 782 square metres, the quirky abode features a stone exterior and is nestled amongst lush greenery.
Interiors are just as eye-catching as the façade with slate floors, wood-panelled walls, mauve feature walls in some of the bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as red drapes.
The buyer will be able to relax and unwind with the property offering a covered patio and entertaining area.
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Located at the mouth of the Murchison River and approximately 592 kilometres north of Perth, Kalbarri is a coastal town that’s known for its seaside cliffs.
It’s also a popular destination for swimming, surfing, hiking and fishing.
Domain’s latest data reveals the median house price for a three-bedroom home in Kalbarri to be $378,000 with 34 sold last year.
The town has a population of 1,561 and an average age demographic of 60 and above.
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