Module dwelling, Cowes: Eco-friendly construct on the market on Phillip Island

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3 Hope Manner, Cowes is in Phillip Island’s Shearwater Property.


Embrace coastal residing with this eco-friendly module dwelling in Phillip Island’s Shearwater Property.

Created by Ecoliv Constructing, 3 Hope Way, Cowes, was designed with sustainability in thoughts, utilizing minimal-waste supplies and photo voltaic panels to attain its impressively low vitality ranking.

Set on 684sq m, the two-bedroom property is available on the market with a $645,000 price ticket.

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The house is constructed from two modules.


Gardens wrap the property.


Ray White Phillip Island agent Bec Anderson mentioned the floorplan was oriented to usher in loads of pure gentle and complement its regional surroundings.

Massive lounge home windows boast panoramic rural views for the final word escape.

“Regardless that you’re on an property you actually really feel like you’re fairly distant,” Ms Anderson mentioned.

The lounge is a picturesque panorama.


She mentioned the home had potential for use as an workplace or a retreat, making it a primary alternative for consumers in search of a sea-change.

“The property would make for an ideal weekender and it’s solely strolling distance from the golf course,” Ms Anderson mentioned.

“It might be an ideal Airbnb.”

Black and pure interiors give the house its beachy aesthetic.


The kitchen encompasses a mirrored splashback with reflecting views.


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A putting black timber facade pairs completely with lime-washed plywood partitions for a beachy and easy aesthetic.

Useful options embody stone benchtops, engineered oak flooring and a backyard shed.

Ms Anderson famous the kitchen with a butler’s pantry and a big outside leisure deck as luxurious highlights of the property.

Out of doors decking primed for leisure.


“We’ve already had a number of inquiries and some inspections,” she mentioned. “There’s definitely been numerous on-line consideration as properly.”

The property is for personal sale.

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