Architecturally Designed Townhouses in Spotswood

Architecturally Designed Townhouses in Spotswood

Project Cost: $750,001 AUD – $1,000,000 AUD

The key features of the project include:

uPVC windows are low-maintenance, energy efficient, secure, and effective for noise reduction. They keep the cold out in winter and heat out in summer.

The pre-stained vertical cedar cladding used is a lightweight and environmentally sustainable product that adds warmth and natural aesthetics to the exterior.

High-quality Hebel panels have non-combustible and termite resistant properties. They are thermally way better than brick and faster to install. Hebel aligns with the trend towards eco-friendly homes because it uses less embodied energy, produces fewer greenhouse gases, and has a lower environmental impact, making it a very sustainable building material. We used three colours on render for this build: concrete look of evening haze colour, white, and monument textured render

We have chosen a Panasonic multi-unit split system for heating and cooling

Velux skylights – a practical solution to adding natural light and creating a ‘wow’ factor to the pitched ceiling that otherwise would look standard (with the added convenience of a remote control and a fly screen)

The kitchen and vanities’ bench tops are made of a 20mm caesarstone, a trusted name in engineered quartz material

For the colours, the building designers chose the timeless white colour that looks sophisticated and pairs really well with the natural stone.

We have also incorporated new innovations, such as LED lighting, induction cooktop power points with USB chargers, and a pull out pantry into the kitchens

Timber decking for undercover backyard areas

2000L above and underground water tanks used for storm water retention and toilet flushing

Project Gallery

When Do I Need a Building Permit?

Subscribe to our in-depth guide for homeowners on the requirements and processes of when and how to acquire a BUILDING PERMIT.

Location

Melbourne Inner-West

Project Brief

Double-storey 2-bedroom townhouses with metal and cedar timber cladding, polished and textured render Hebel panels, uPVC double glazed windows

When Do I Need a Building Permit?

Subscribe to our in-depth guide for homeowners on the requirements and processes of when and how to acquire a BUILDING PERMIT.

Menu