The Winged House is an award-winning two bedroom house on Table Cape, frequently photographed for its colourful tulip fields, on Tasmania's rugged north coast. Designed by renowned architenct Richard Goodwin and biult by Tasmanian builder John De Jong, the house is 'cantilevered' off the cliffs and has spectacular 180 degrees across the Bass Strait. The property has two ensuite bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen filled with Tasmanian wine and breakfast goodies, five acres of land with countless short walks and a location, close to the Rocky Cape National Park, to die for. The wilderness areas of The Tarkine and Cradle Mountain are between 90 minutes and two hours drive away, and Tasmania's northern towns are an easy drive. The house has that special quality of feeling remote, yet for those who want to indulge in privacy, the services of dial-a-cray, dial-a-chef and dial-a-massage are a call away.