There’s a nod to retro architecture in the design of the Tay, a resplendently modern two-level home defined by clever flow and sleek minimalist styling. A downstairs master suite and a large flexi-space upstairs ensure the home can evolve as the needs of you and your family do likewise, while excellent indoor/outdoor flow promotes a strong connection to your surroundings.
Great for small sites, the Cashel features plenty of communal space, with an open-plan living area downstairs and a large lounge/flexi space on the upper level. Excellent indoor/outdoor flow is the icing on the cake.
An entertainer’s delight! With three spacious living areas (spread over two levels) and a large, L-shaped kitchen complete with all the bells and whistles, the George will instantly make you the ‘host with the most’. The highlights continue outside, where a large deck and a sheltered entertaining area ensures alfresco dining will be a regular occurrence.
The Kiwi landscape is incredibly diverse. When it comes to building, that means different conditions – and different challenges – depending on where you live. Fortunately, we’ve got franchises all over the country. And those franchises are run by people with an intimate understanding of everything from the local environment to the local building codes.