HARMONY ON THE HILL

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Built on a steep section, this highly technical two-level build on Scarborough Hill was equal parts challenging and rewarding. The stunning four-bedroom family home has an industrial quality with exposed tilt slab and steel, combined with the warmth of cedar cladding and linings. The beautifully crafted interiors seamlessly marry these materials into a harmonious palette. Outside, a pool, landscaping and lawn have been integrated into the rock of the lower section. This is overlooked by a large decked balcony, which extends from the upper living area, and is a relaxing spot to watch the kids play. The family room is an excellent example of the thoughtfully designed and crafted elements within this home. Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves on one side provide space for everyone’s reading collection. Along the main wall, a TV can be on display or hidden behind a vertical timber panel that blends in with the surrounds. With a fireplace and loads of comfy seating, it’s easy to see this room becoming a favourite for cosy family nights in.

NATIONAL AWARDS WON

National Pink Batts Craftsmanship

National Plumbing World Bathroom Excellence

Top 100

REGIONAL AWARDS WON

Regional Pink Batts Craftsmanship

Regional Plumbing World Bathroom Excellence

Regional Gold

REGION & CATEGORY:

Canterbury
Resene New Home over $2 million