These are given to entrants who achieve 90% of the available points and judged to be at least 80% above industry standard.
Monopitch rooflines define this Marshland home. Built for a narrow, south-facing site, the exterior gives a striking first impression with its blend of cedar and steel cladding. Modern lines continue inside. Connected by the central entrance way, the property’s floorplan comprises two separate wings. The stud height of the main kitchen/living/dining wing reaches up to 3.4m, making the room feel spacious. Timber joinery contrasts with black cabinetry and fixtures in the kitchen.
A wine fridge in the scullery is a great addition. Large glass sliders make indoor-outdoor flow the focus of this open-plan living area. The main bedroom is positioned for privacy in the eastern wing of the house, and features an ensuite with a double vanity, a double shower and a walk-in-wardrobe. The remaining two bedrooms are located in the western wing, and are serviced by the main bathroom, with a freestanding bath. This Otakaro show home by Landmark Homes Canterbury is one you won’t want to miss.