Named after the Blue & White Flycatcher, a migratory songbird found in the mountains of Japan, Ooruri is a modern 153 sqm, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom all-season lifestyle home designed by Tokyo-based Florian Busch Architects.
Located in the exclusive Escarpment Estate, enjoy stunning protected views of Mt. Yotei overlooking rice fields from a high perch among some of Niseko’s most iconic homes.
Completed in 2012, this is one of the original architecture homes pioneered by Hokkaido Tracks (now H2 Group) that has defined modern Niseko.
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The minimalist concrete and wood interior contrasts the natural surroundings which can be appreciated from an outdoor Japanese-style bath or massive deck created by the playful rotation of the upper structure.
The adjacent plot of land is included for building a second home or a future redevelopment on the generous 1,236 sqm site.
Escarpment Estate was the first master-planned estate with underground utilities, protected views of Mt. Yotei, and a sense of seclusion.
This beautiful lifestyle home is ready for a new owner and includes professional property management and guest services by market leader H2 Life (previously Hokkaido Tracks).