This project could be classified as detached dual occupancies. The residence is a double storey with a single garage and includes four first-floor bedrooms, main bedroom with ensuite, separate bathroom and a ground-level bathroom. The external facade has interesting complementary features such as masonry render and fibre-cement cladding.
The most striking feature of this residence is that it is different from other dual occupancies usually found in the area. The builder achieved this by having a build which did not exceed the working budget and was creative with the design given the narrow 7m-wide lots and, of course, complying with council requirements.
Other features include the high parapets, metal awnings and wraparound windows. Stone cladding to blade walls, steps and returns to the building facade allow a free, unique look. The use of non-standard windows and a refreshing change - cathedral ceilings - allow a greater sense of space within the main living areas.