An absolute knockout, this spectacular creation in Lyneham is the handiwork of two brothers – one a recent builder, the opposite a whiz in architectural cabinetry and fabrication.
Constructed by sustainable design agency MegaFlora, with fit-out by the seller’s personal cabinetry enterprise, Kraftworks, the house nearly stands as a private showroom of their skills in building.
The result’s a stellar exhibiting at 28 MacKennal Street.
The boxlike facade instructions consideration from the road, merging daring black and stark white tones with the heat of timber.
The pure vibe continues inside with the inside decor utilising timber in each room and nearly each floor from the wall panelling, to the ceiling, stairs, cabinetry, kitchen bench and bespoke furnishings items.
Promoting agent Theo Koutsikamanis, from McGrath – North Canberra, stated the sale introduced a uncommon alternative to buy a house that was elegant, sustainable and a step away from run-of-the-mill cookie cutter properties.
Designed to attain most power effectivity and privateness, the property has 5 bedrooms and two bogs, with the master suite alone masking a floorplan of 44sqm.
The customized cabinetry and patterned self-importance within the lavatory are sights to behold, with inventive aptitude displayed within the stairs, lighting and detailed joinery work.
Timbers embrace recycled Tasmanian oak, Tallowwood flooring and the wooden used within the decking was salvaged from the Australian Institute of Sport.
The north-facing major dwelling areas have excessive ceilings and retractable stacker doorways to create a seamless connection between inside and the outside entertaining areas.
There’s additionally a flexible studio to the rear of the house, which may function an artwork house, residence workplace or quiet retreat.
The storage has capability for 4 automobiles and has a automobile hoist. There’s additionally a 35sqm mezzanine for extra storage and scope for the storage to be repurposed with plumbing in place for moist areas.
There’s double glazing to the home windows and the gardens and lawns are irrigated, with management enabled by way of smartphone.
Mr Koutsikamanis stated the homeowners had initially deliberate to promote to go travelling round Australia, however their plans had been stymied by the pandemic.
“COVID introduced these plans to a screeching halt, however the homeowners determined to stay to their plan to promote and spend a while on the south coast earlier than taking up their subsequent undertaking,” he stated.
The property is an entrant on this 12 months’s Grasp Builders Affiliation Housing Awards. Winners shall be introduced in November.
The property will go to public sale on 1 October at 6pm.