The Top 100 homes in the country achieve Gold Reserve status each year, and proceed to the National Finals.
Some regions award a Lifestyle Award for a house showing exceptional interior design within that region.
These are given to entrants who achieve 90% of the available points and judged to be at least 80% above industry standard.
With metal cladding, a cleverly concealed monopitch roof and an intriguing layout, this 455sqm three-bedroom home generates immediate interest. The steel cladding will age slowly to form an attractive patina resembling soft velvet and is perfectly complemented by the custom concrete walls and floor. This bespoke home consists of four separate buildings, the first being a service area comprising a carport, boiler room and workshop. The second, a guest wing, includes two luxurious bedrooms, both with walk-in wardrobes and tastefully appointed ensuites. Next is the main house with a large minimalist-look kitchen, spacious dining and living areas, main bedroom suite, and cosy snug featuring a log burner and sumptuous furnishings. Finally, the garage/man shed has space for two vehicles and includes a cosy room with a toilet, log burner and a kitchenette – Dad couldn’t ask for more. Nestled against a large tussock-covered hill and offering expansive views of the Shotover River and Coronet Peak, this stunning home sits perfectly within the picturesque landscape.
NATIONAL AWARDS WON
REGIONAL AWARDS WON