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 This design at Marlborough’s exclusive Bradleigh Park development is a home designed by Jason for himself. The spacious 380sqm L-shaped home has been superbly planned to create a sense of peace and privacy, with gorgeous views of the Richmond Range to the west.

“We wanted a home that we’d be able to grow into but where we would also feel comfortable as a couple. Hence, we put the master bedroom and an office upstairs, thinking that if we ever started a family then the office could become a nursery.”

Off the main entry downstairs is a separate three-bedroom wing that also includes a bathroom and media room, along with a laundry and adjacent garage.

On the other side of the entry is a powder room and the main open plan living and dining area. A designer kitchen and pantry is also on this side of the house, flowing through large stacker doors in one corner to a roomy covered alfresco space.

“We love entertaining so we’re really looking forward to using that space and having friends over for a barbecue. We have plans to put a pizza oven in too.”

Features that set this house apart include polished concrete floors, a solid oak staircase with LED strip lighting on every tread, cedar soffits and cladding, extensive glazing and easy indoor-outdoor flow.  

This home is on track to become a showpiece for Anderson Architecture, which was entered into the Master Builders Awards and the Architectural Design Awards and won gold.

With floor to ceiling glass in the entranceway, enabling see through to the outdoor area and a water feature, the design is set to impress.

Photography by Matt Croad Photography

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Bradleigh Park

 This design at Marlborough’s exclusive Bradleigh Park development is a home designed by Jason for himself. The spacious 380sqm L-shaped home has been superbly planned to create a sense of peace and privacy, with gorgeous views of the Richmond Range to the west.

“We wanted a home that we’d be able to grow into but where we would also feel comfortable as a couple. Hence, we put the master bedroom and an office upstairs, thinking that if we ever started a family then the office could become a nursery.”

Off the main entry downstairs is a separate three-bedroom wing that also includes a bathroom and media room, along with a laundry and adjacent garage.

On the other side of the entry is a powder room and the main open plan living and dining area. A designer kitchen and pantry is also on this side of the house, flowing through large stacker doors in one corner to a roomy covered alfresco space.

“We love entertaining so we’re really looking forward to using that space and having friends over for a barbecue. We have plans to put a pizza oven in too.”

Features that set this house apart include polished concrete floors, a solid oak staircase with LED strip lighting on every tread, cedar soffits and cladding, extensive glazing and easy indoor-outdoor flow.  

This home is on track to become a showpiece for Anderson Architecture, which was entered into the Master Builders Awards and the Architectural Design Awards and won gold.

With floor to ceiling glass in the entranceway, enabling see through to the outdoor area and a water feature, the design is set to impress.

Photography by Matt Croad Photography

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Bradleigh Park

 This design at Marlborough’s exclusive Bradleigh Park development is a home designed by Jason for himself. The spacious 380sqm L-shaped home has been superbly planned to create a sense of peace and privacy, with gorgeous views of the Richmond Range to the west.

“We wanted a home that we’d be able to grow into but where we would also feel comfortable as a couple. Hence, we put the master bedroom and an office upstairs, thinking that if we ever started a family then the office could become a nursery.”

Off the main entry downstairs is a separate three-bedroom wing that also includes a bathroom and media room, along with a laundry and adjacent garage.

On the other side of the entry is a powder room and the main open plan living and dining area. A designer kitchen and pantry is also on this side of the house, flowing through large stacker doors in one corner to a roomy covered alfresco space.

“We love entertaining so we’re really looking forward to using that space and having friends over for a barbecue. We have plans to put a pizza oven in too.”

Features that set this house apart include polished concrete floors, a solid oak staircase with LED strip lighting on every tread, cedar soffits and cladding, extensive glazing and easy indoor-outdoor flow.  

This home is on track to become a showpiece for Anderson Architecture, which was entered into the Master Builders Awards and the Architectural Design Awards and won gold.

With floor to ceiling glass in the entranceway, enabling see through to the outdoor area and a water feature, the design is set to impress.

Photography by Matt Croad Photography

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