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Burradoo Farmhouse


Burradoo, Gundungurra and Tharawal


Architecture & Interiors


Completed 2024

Project Team

Builder: Lime Building

Engineers: Land Team and A & R Engineering Design

Pool Building: Zen Pools and Landscapes


The existing farmhouse was in need of alterations and additions to suit the client's contemporary lifestyle. The two storey timber clad addition connects to the existing dwelling through a low link which acts as a secondary entry. The amendments add a double garage, rumpus, guest suite and office as well as reconfiguration of the existing home to accommodate a young family. Recreational spaces including a pool and tennis court have been added to provide outdoor amenity. 


The pool area, complete with its wooden diving board, decking, and fencing, is further softened by the surrounding planting, creating a warm and inviting space for relaxation and recreation.


The mudroom / entry space for the farmhouse is a key moment in the entry sequence. It acts as both a functional space and also provides visual connection to the garden and outdoor family recreation spaces beyond.


The kitchen material palette features warm rusty tones highlighted within the paonazzo marble benchtop and splashback, the terracotta light and handcrafted Moroccan tiles within the walk-in pantry


The powder room, with playful lighting and vibrant colours creates a jewellery box like surprise when you enter the space.


The master ensuite exudes tranquility with its gentle blue hues, showcased in the elegant Calacatta Manhattan vanity and the artisanal Moroccan tiles


Handcrafted Moroccan tiles adorn the bath area, framing a picturesque view of the farm.


Aurae is emerging an architecture and interior design studio with a core focus on harmonious designs which lie lightly upon the land.

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5759 The Bucketts Way

Burrell Creek NSW 2429

Aurae lives on the land of the Biripi People. We honour and show our respect to the Traditional Custodians of the Land, of Elders past and present.

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