3 Bedroom Homes – Plans

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Opua

Opuha – 229 sq m

This is a home designed with a lot of features. If you work from home, the office with direct access to both the foyer and toilet will be a great advantage. The master includes a large walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with its own bath. A large scullery with direct access to the garage makes grocery shopping that little bit easier. The main living has high ceilings and high glazing with metal sunshade louvres.

  • 2
  • 3+
  • 2
  • 24.5m
  • 18.5m

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Pukaki

Pukaki – 200 sq m

This home has a simple, effective layout with exterior styling that looks good from all angles, including the street. The skewed floor plan allows for both a morning and afternoon outdoor living space, following the sun path. An inbuilt pergola also gives overhead cover options. A nice feature of this home is the scullery with direct access from the garage, making grocery shopping a breeze.

  • 2
  • 3+
  • 2
  • 19.1m
  • 15.6m

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Rakaia

Rakaia – 223 sq m

A modern styled home with a smart layout. From the moment you step inside the foyer, your eyes will face a small tree garden, facing north, framed by a full height window. The master enjoys its own private wing off the foyer with an ensuite to die for. Some nice features in this design include the scullery, high ceilings in the living and master with overhead glazing for a light living space.

  • 2
  • 3
  • 2
  • 19.9m
  • 17.8m

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Rangitata

Rangitata – 222 sq m

This home captures both classic and modern design. Two main pavilions wrapped in traditional board and batten cladding, louvre detailed gables and a stone finish chimney, gives this home real character. The full height glazing, minimal overhang and chimney cap, bring this home into modern territory. The layout makes the most of the natural sun path and provides dual outdoor living options.

  • 2
  • 3+
  • 2
  • 21.6m
  • 16.5m

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Tekapo

Tekapo – 212 sq m

Classic gable ends with louvre detailing and modern concrete extrusions are just the start of this architectural home. Timber weatherboards split by vertical battens gives the classic weatherboard cladding a more sophisticated look. Inside, minimum hallways are used to save on space and rooms are positioned to make use of the natural sunlight path. This home makes a great family home.

  • 2
  • 3
  • 2
  • 24.8m
  • 15.5m

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