Liana found this intriguing Modernist house in Casterton while she was turning the car around and I was taking yet more pictures of the spectacular Electra House. So, of course, we we went back for a better look.
For a start, it is a huge house on the fringe of a small rural Australian town, Casterton in western Victoria. Then it appears to be a Modernist, almost a brutal, house. Imagine how it would look painted white under a glorious blue sky.
This view shows the stepped concrete wall along the front garden, the flat roof, altough it may have a low-pitched roof behind the parapet, and large vertical fin bisecting the house behind the front door. Curiously that fin seems to hide the front door from people entering the property along the driveway.
I wonder what the mysteries would be uncovered in the history of the fine house.