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On the drawing board

With this knock down rebuild project, our client is wanting a clean, contemporary, square looking home with a focus on low maintenance.

Low maintenance is achieved by using Colorbond external wall cladding and aluminim windows. Clean, low maintenance materials feature inside with a polished concrete floor with hydronic slab heating on the ground level and timber flooring on the first floor.

The client is tapping into Comdain Homes' high level of craftsmanship with a striking feature brick wall in the entry.

Another focus is outdoor entertaining with a pool taking advantage of the north elevation and oversized alfresco area complete with open fireplace.

With three kids still at home, there's a rumpus room and central bathroom upstairs, while downstairs there's a quiet study area next to the master bedroom where the parents can retreat to.

Features:

  • Large alfresco entertaining area
  • Feature staircase
  • Butler's pantry
  • 5 extra large bedrooms
  • Study
  • Laundry chute
  • Solar panels

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