Boasting uninterrupted views to Pittwater and McKay Reserve this magnificent site hugely inspired one of Australia’s most prominent architects, Peter Muller, and his vision for his family’s home.
Echoes of Frank Lloyd Wright are seen in the brick building's long, low form, cantilevered eaves and stepped ceiling and roofline. This is a livable house, with its flexible use of space including a spectacularly positioned master bedroom suite on the upper level, generous living areas and wonderful quality of light.
Through gentle, terraced landscaping, entry to the home is through a secured pedestrian gate or gated parking giving on to one of several decks. To the left of the front door entry are several airy, yet intimate, living and media room areas with gas fires and floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, opening to a large and private dining terrace onto McKay Reserve. The dining room area and dress kitchen opens to the swimming pool and outdoor dining terrace with views to Pittwater and beyond. Steps lead to a small lobby where the ground floor bedroom boasts floor-to-ceiling glass onto the swimming pool and views to Pittwater. Next door is one of two bathrooms, laundry and a commercial-grade catering kitchen.
On the upper floor is the master bedroom suite, library, and the third bedroom, all with uninterrupted views to Pittwater and beyond.
Recognised as one of Australia’s mid-century iconic homes, Bynya House offers modern day, comfortable living in a breathtaking and totally private location.