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Bradleigh Park Residence

Address: 21 Bradleigh Park, Fairhall, Blenheim

Builder: Roger Townley

Year: 2018-2019

Floor Area: 385m2


The Bradleigh Park residence was designed by Jason and the key to this design was to take full advantage of the view out to the 3,000 m2 section from almost every room in the house, which is why it is an L-shaped design.


Upon entry into this home you will be greeted by floor to ceiling glass in the entrance-way. This stunning feature window enables you to see through to the sculpture garden. It is a pleasant surprise when entering the home and a design that is set to impress.


Lighting is one of the main key features to this home. Sensor lighting has been used in all three bathrooms as well as the hallway, and LED strip lights are present on every thread on the solid oak staircase, as well as under each floating, solid oak shelf in the media room. The lighting touch to the home include ring pendant lights which have been hung in the entrance way, dining area, and kitchen.


Other features to the home include polished concrete floors, extensive glazing, a native garden boardwalk from the laundry, a free-standing bath in the main bathroom, an extremely spacious kitchen and living area, and a large stacker door which creates easy indoor-outdoor flow. The stacker door in the living area opens in the external corner and slides open almost completely into the wall. It will lead you out to a kwila deck and a roomy covered alfresco space, perfect for outdoor entertaining.


To keep to the feel of a single story home, only the master bedroom and office are present upstairs. The spacious master bedroom has a double-sided walk-in-robe, a tiled shower in the Ensuite, and balcony which overlooks the Richmond Ranges. On a beautiful sunny day you will also get to see a peak of Wellington.



Wall Cladding: Cedar and rockcote

Structure: Timber

Roofing: Colorsteel 6 Rib

Window Joinery: Aluminum thermally broken double-glazed windows

Interior Walls: Gib board

Interior Ceilings: Gib board

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