The Cape Schanck House Capitalizes off Angular Views of Australiaof

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: jcba.au & letmebeinspired
With views as spectacular as those of Cape Schanck, Victoria, it really is no wonder the Cape Schanck House capitalizes on the stunning scenery. With vast floor-to-ceiling windows spanning across seemingly every side of this expansive home, the Cape Schanck House was undoubtedly meticulously designed by the Jackson Clements Burrows architectural firm.

A contrast between the natural cedar windows and black exterior touches helps to showcase this home’s combination of nature-loving and modern living. The Cape Schanck House was designed to appear weathered, almost as if it has been situated overlooking these stunning views forever.

Implications - Consumers have continued to favor older homes in recent years as they give off an aura of tradition and quality. Newer homes that hope to appeal to consumers should consider incorporating modern amenities and style while still introducing touches that allow the homes to appear wonderfully weathered.

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