The home was build on a large 1688m2 section which has allowed for plenty of space outside for children to run around. The St Kilda Subdivision features two wetland areas with native trees and plants and 16kms of walking and cycling tracks making this home a fantastic place to bring up children.
The north facing 261.72m2 family home is clad with White Country Brick and features linea weatherboard as a contrast with long run iron roof. The layout of the home took into account open plan family space and created a central point for them to come together.
The home was designed with a young family in mind. A nice open plan kitchen, dining and living area Large stacker doors open to a Kwila deck giving it a nice indoor/outdoor flow and making the deck an extension of the dining area.
The Sustainable design in the home features, Solar panels ,Rain water collection and Mammoth polyester wall and ceiling insulation which is a minimum of 20% above current New Zealand Building Code specifications.
"It was a easy decision to say yes to putting a testimonial together for George Pringle Building as building with George was seamless and easy. I had heard many bad stories about building houses and things going wrong and as this was our first build we were a little tentative.George though did a great job easing our minds and helped made the big decisions seem small. It seemed his favorite saying was “sure not a problem" if we needed anything changed or questions needed answering. The end product was amazing, finishing was perfect and I can honestly say I was a very happy man when I got the keys to take over our new house.I have no hesitations recommending George and I would happily build with him again. You won't be disappointed!"
Expansive living zones revolve around a socially positioned kitchen that fosters full host/guest engagement while a second living area may be closed for intimate gatherings, or thrown open for larger get-together s. Alfresco living is catered for with free flow to Kwila decking that enjoys a great day-long sun aspect with tri-way access from dining, living and master. All four bedrooms (three double and one single/office) are serviced by a well-appointed main bathroom while the master features the additional benefits of an elegantly tiled ensuite and walk in wardrobe.
This house is one of the more complex architecture builds we have undertaken. We worked with Kerry Young from KY Builders, to build this house on the side of a steep bank split over four levels.
The open plan living area has easy flow from the kitchen to the main living area with a floating fire place is a feature you don’t see in every house. The feature cedar wall running from the kitchen to the entrance door has a concealed door into garage and the kitchen island unit is a pre-formed polished concrete island unit, which had to be man handed in place on a challenging site.
The exterior cladding is random width Eurostyle Snaplock cladding with a concealed garage door with a pattern to match wall cladding. There is Random width vertical cedar cladding to give contrast to the Snap lock cladding and cedar screen over the north facing windows.
Built with family in mind this Manor Stone brick 507m2 home has plenty of room. This home features a large open plan kitchen and dining area with bifold doors to allow plenty of outdoor entertaining and includes four bedrooms plus two Guest rooms with ensuites.