The Seidler House, Bowral

“I want to defy gravity… while creating something in 3 dimensions that is poetic and beautiful” – Harry Seidler.

A work of art in iconic Australian bushland.Landscape meets dreamscape in this extraordinary expression of the architectural genius of Harry Seidler.

Celebrated by his peers as a masterpiece, this award winning designed home is built into a natural rock formation overlooking the Wingecarribee River gorge in the Southern Highlands of NSW, giving the impression of a major work of art exhibited in an iconic Australian bush setting.

Fireplace in the lounge room at Seidler HouseAnd this work of art is designed for gracious living. The spacious open plan utilises floor to ceiling glass walls, a flowing roof design, open fireplaces and an abundance of local stone and natural light to merge the built and natural environments into a seamless living experience.

Four beautiful bedrooms, enchanting living spaces, a beautifully functional kitchen and the large central swimming pool are surrounded by 150 acres of natural bush with 2km of river frontage that is home to wombats, kangaroos, platypus, koalas and abundant birdlife.  The feeling of privacy is so comforting and complete that it is hard to believe quality local restaurants, cafes, wineries and conveniences are so close by, and that Sydney or Canberra are less than a 90 minute drive away.Seidler House pool in the rocks

It is no wonder that this house has been featured in international publications such as Architectural Digest, and one doesn’t need to be a professional to appreciate that this is extraordinary architectural achievement.

Day or night, winter or summer, as a home for reflection, work, entertaining and living life to its fullest, the Seidler House at Bowral is a masterwork – the extraordinary culmination of an extraordinary career that must be seen to be appreciated.

For bookings or more information contact Sarah Ogilvie on 0408 514 352 or email

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