One of the most important post war Australian residential buildings.
The Boyd Baker House is located on 35 acres of bushland. The 3 buildings contained on the site together with all of the surrounding bushland is heritage listed.
The buildings and their surrounds are considered of the highest and utmost importance to the State of Victoria and its cultural and architectural heritage by the Heritage Council. The Boyd Baker House site is surrounded by nearly 200 acres of additional bushland which was donated to the State of Victoria by Dr Michael Baker in 1991.
The guests will have access to the main Baker House and surrounding bushland. Guests will have access to the whole premises. There is only one owners storage which is not accessible
Interaction with guests
The caretaker is available for interaction on a bed and breakfast basis however guests are given liberal use of the premises.
Other things to note
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The properties are Heritage listed as being designed by the famous Robin Boyd and iconic vintage furniture and art works are contained in the properties. Guests are expected to respect the buildings and the contents.