House Design

bordeaux 57 daily telegraph

Written by The ReReport



THE winners of the 2018 NSW HIA-CSR Awards have been announced and it”™s an embarrassment of riches. From modest but beautiful projects demonstrating attention to detail on a budget to jaw-dropping homes that showcase innovation and a stunning response to the landscape, this year’s winners reveal a plethora or builders with the right recipe for success.METRICON HOMES’ BORDEAUX 57media_cameraMetricon Homes picked up the award for Display Home over $500,000 with this design that references classic French architecture.media_cameraMetricon Homes picked up the award for Display Home over $500,000 with this design that references classic French architecture.media_cameraMetricon Homes picked up the award for Display Home over $500,000 with this design that references classic French architecture.media_cameraMetricon Homes picked up the award for Display Home over $500,000 with this design that references classic French architecture.Metricon Homes picked up the award for Display Home over $500,000 with this design that references classic French architecture.A distinctive facade incorporates arched windows and wrought iron Juliet balconies.The raised entry portico with parapet moulding sets the tone for the facade while the mansard roof imitates the architectural style from France.Inside, a sculptural ribbon staircase and stunning kitchen are equally grand with pendant lights above a central bench.CHAMPION HOMES’ NOVARA 215media_cameraChampion Homes”™ Novara 215, which won Display Home $250,00 to $300,000, is the only home in the Calderwood village fitted with solar panels.media_cameraChampion Homes”™ Novara 215, which won Display Home $250,00 to $300,000, is the only home in the Calderwood village fitted with solar panels.media_cameraChampion Homes”™ Novara 215, which won Display Home $250,00 to $300,000, is the only home in the Calderwood village fitted with solar panels.media_cameraChampion Homes”™ Novara 215, which won Display Home $250,00 to $300,000, is the only home in the Calderwood village fitted with solar panels.Champion Homes’ Novara 215 is the only home in the Calderwood village fitted with solar panels.In 2003 the company started including rainwater harvesting tanks with all its home designs, well before BASIX was introduced by the NSW government.All the company’s new homes also come with a 2KW Photovoltaic system.The Novara 215 is a popular single storey design that can fit on a 12.5m-wide block.The four-bedroom design with two bathrooms and a double garage has a comfortable floorplan with all the living areas grouped together around an alfresco.A large theatre room positioned at the front of the display home could easily act as a teenager’s retreat, or be converted into a guest room, given it is positioned well away from the secondary bedrooms.McDONALD JONES HOMES’ CASTLETON 34media_cameraPerfectly zoned across two levels, winner of the Display Home $350,000 to $400,000, McDonald Jones Homes”™ Castleton 34 features all four bedrooms on the top level, while the ground floor is dedicated to the kitchen and living areas.media_cameraPerfectly zoned across two levels, winner of the Display Home $350,000 to $400,000, McDonald Jones Homes”™ Castleton 34 features all four bedrooms on the top level, while the ground floor is dedicated to the kitchen and living areas.media_cameraPerfectly zoned across two levels, winner of the Display Home $350,000 to $400,000, McDonald Jones Homes”™ Castleton 34 features all four bedrooms on the top level, while the ground floor is dedicated to the kitchen and living areas.media_cameraPerfectly zoned across two levels, winner of the Display Home $350,000 to $400,000, McDonald Jones Homes”™ Castleton 34 features all four bedrooms on the top level, while the ground floor is dedicated to the kitchen and living areas.Perfectly zoned across two levels, the Castleton 34 features all four bedrooms on the top level, while the ground floor is dedicated to the kitchen and living areas.The home is on display with a generous theatre space off the entry and a gourmet kitchen with a walk-in pantry.While the oversized living and dining spaces are ideal for the keen entertainer, the laundry is neatly tucked away behind the kitchen, well away from the view of guests.This space also features a built-in desk, while a second study nook can be found upstairs, next to the generous activity room.There are three spacious bedrooms on this level, plus the grand master suite, which has a huge walk-in robe and private ensuite.The Castleton 34 is available in seven different facades, and is on display at Marsden Park.



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