Main view of the Bubble House
Main view of the Bubble House. Photo –
  • Probably the most amazing property for sale right now in Australia
  • 5,000 sqm of land, river frontage, 11 domes, 20 rooms on 3 levels
  • Architect who designed, built and lived in the home is now selling it

Like a set from an Austin Powers movie, or some psychedelic museum piece, the incredible ‘Bubble House’ is for sale in a rural residential suburb of Ipswich, Queensland.

View of the Bubble House to the river
View of the Bubble House to the river. Photo –

Search for ’79 Elanora Way, Karalee’ and you’ll find this architectural masterpiece featured on the main Australian property websites, where you can watch a video walkthrough and view amazing photos.

Designed and built by architect Graham Birchall, of Birchall Architects, the house is also headquarters for his business as well as being a 3-bedroom, 20-room extravaganza made up of eleven domes across three levels.

Bubble House outdoors.
Bubble House outdoors. Photo –

Situated on the banks of the Bremer River, the listing is described as “an ode to [the] strength, beauty and simplicity of the humble circle.”

The original concept was created in the mid-80s as part of a university thesis. Mr Birchall then spent years designing and refining the idea, before committing to building – and then living – in the property.

Bubble House indoors.
Bubble House indoors. Photo –

Featuring sliding iris-style windows, a golf tee, wine cellar, four-car remote lock up garage and river frontage, the house is set on more than 5,000 square metres of land and has to be seen to be believed.

Mr Birchall has decided to move on, so this unique property could be yours. Offers over $1.5 million, please.

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