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HEART & SOUL

“I STARTED TO BECOME A LOT MORE COMFORTABLE WITH THE QUIRKY CHARM OF THE ORIGINAL ’60S HOUSE.”
“I WAS INSTANTLY DRAWN TO THE NATURAL LANDSCAPE AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE SITE.”

For Kearnon O’Molony, his house in Bantry Bay is both a holiday home and an anchor to the country of his birth. Set on a 1 500 m stand amid tall granite boulders, the house hugs the contour

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