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Excellence in Housing Awards Winner 2005
' Display Homes over $250,000 '
13 Korora Parkway, Seabreeze Estate, Pottsville
"Attention to design for the climate coupled to sound construction principles has produced this very attractive and liveable home. The design carefully considered and documented all aspects of the building as well as producing a high standard of skills and workmanship."
"If you've got it, flaunt it. Anstey Designer Homes Sandpiper Californian display home at Pottsville in northern NSW, contains many vantage points from which to view the surrounding mountains and rolling country side.
The corner block affords a 180 degree view, so the sandpiper has been arranged to include wrapping decks upstairs and down, and has many strategically placed windows. The result is an interior bathed in natural light, that catches the breezes and provides plenty of space for indoor and outdoor living.
The house's facade is a conglomeration of angles and colours thtat create an interesting street face. A skillion roof in a number of segments soars above flatter lower-level roofs over the upstairs deck, the downstairs entry and garage.
The lower floor compromises the entry, a large living room and two bedrooms. A visitor can see the entry through the house and out the rear bi-folding doors to the large undercover, outdoor entertainment area. The living room has a C-shaped bar, that includes a sink and fridge space. A verandah wraps around the side of the house from entry to rear bedroom, creating three distinct recreation areas from which to admire the veiw. The rear protion of the verandah has reatractable plantation shutters that can protect the space from inclement weather.
The two bedrooms downstairs are seperated by a large bathroom sporting a deep oval bath. A set of wood framed doos at the base of the stairs allows for the stairwell to be closed off. This helps with noise containment and also boosts the effectiveness of the air-conditioning. The stairs lead up to a large combined lounge, dining, and kitchen area.
A raked ceiling rises to a point abouve two window that catch the winter sun but shun the summer's heat. A portion of the deck area is covered, the rest exposed to the elements and mountainous veiw.
The dining room also has a sliding door to the side verandah, as does the nearby main bedroom. That room is serviced by a large walk in robe and ensuite."
- Amanda Horswill
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