With a minimalist exterior, this generous four bedroom home sits comfortably within the streetscape. The sloping site has been utilised to its full potential to create distinct living spaces across two levels, each with outdoor areas.

The main living is light filled and focussed around an outdoor room with large full height glass doors that expand the living area seamlessly.

Due consideration is given to the proximity and height of the neighbouring properties and the placement of openings allows views to trees of the nearby reserve; as well as distant views to the North.

The home carefully balances privacy with good solar access to create a comfortable residence offering flexible and varied opportunities for entertaining and living.

Attributes include double garage with direct access to the kitchen; a powder room, and generous master bed suite, integrated joinery, and well-appointed ensuite.

Tasmanian Oak timber detailing features have been included throughout.

Architect
Philip M Dingemanse

Consultants

Structural consultant – 6ty Engineering
Photographer – Luke Hesketh
Building surveyor – Building Surveying Services

Awards


2018 – Master Builders Tasmania Awards for Excellence – 1st Place Dwelling $350,000 to $500,000

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Number twenty two - kitchen

Number twenty two - kitchen

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Number twenty two - kitchen

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Number twenty two - Front facade