'The Depot' is a truly unique living space owned by an Australian artist and her husband. It is one of Scone's best kept secrets;- the house is a converted army depot that was built in the 1940's,hence its name.
The depot has been created fusing colour, art and living through an eclectic array of paintings, antiques and interesting bespoke objects gathered from around the world and in particular from Buenos Aires, Argentina where the owners resided for many years.
The result is a cool bohemian chill out cluster of warm and inviting living spaces, surrounded by a lush and private parkland garden. Fruit trees,vegetable and herb gardens are sheltered beneath a canopy of oak, plane and jacaranda trees.
Aside from the art, colour and style of the owners other unique aspects of 'The Depot' are the massive living spaces, enormously high ceilings and garden facing aspect of the house away from the street, giving absolute privacy. Enticing eating stations and lounge spaces scatter the main,open plan areas with four enormous and spacious bedrooms in opposite ends of the house.
'The depot' is totally arresting, yet at the same time calming ,very engaging and welcoming;- as is the art. This is a very personal, special and creative space made to be loved and enjoyed.
Features: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, one separate toilet and laundry, one tv-library stocked with books, a butlers pantry, a large open plan kitchen and two massive open plan spaces incorporating multiple living spaces, beautiful linens, dinner service and crockery.
Detailed breakdown: 4 bedrooms
Bedroom 1- Queen bed with ensuite -shower,toilet-basin
Bedroom 2-King singles x2 -together or seperate with ensuite -shower,toilet ,basin
Bedroom 3-Queen bed
Bedroom 4-king singles x4 -Two can be put together
Bathroom - bath/ shower toilet
separate laundry with adjoining toilet
There is a unique heirloom piano, an indoor ping pong table, and outdoors there is a covered patio and seating, a trampoline with mesh protective sides and free standing basketball hoop also on a cement patio nestled away from the house within the vegetable and herb gardens.
A 50 m town pool that is fantastic for lap swimming is a 2 minute drive or 10 minute walk away, as is Scone Mountain national park.
Scone itself is an interesting and vibrant country town nestled within the Hunter Valley famous for a beautiful landscape and home to many established and famous horse studs.Wineries are close by and information can be found easily searching Hunter Valley Tourism.