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This new house was specifically designed to integrate with the prevalent architectural style of the immediate Devonport neighbourhood – an area of small sites with closely spaced houses. The house, built to a basically rectangular plan form, has a main pitched one-and-a-half storey gable-ended roof and a single-storey bay extension to the street front elevation. The lower level accommodates two bedrooms, bathroom, laundry, family/living/dining areas and kitchen while two further bedrooms, an ensuite and an office are housed on the upper level.

Traditional materials (corrugated iron roofing, weatherboard and board and batten wall-claddings, timber door and window joinery, leadlight feature windows) combine with typical villa and bungalow detailing. Minimal alteration was required to existing land levels and, with the retention of most existing trees, the house successfully harmonises with the neighbouring houses in terms of scale, height and street set-back, thus avoiding adverse effects on neighbourhood heritage values.

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This new house was specifically designed to integrate with the prevalent architectural style of the immediate Devonport neighbourhood – an area of small sites with closely spaced houses. The house, built to a basically rectangular plan form, has a main pitched one-and-a-half storey gable-ended roof and a single-storey bay extension to the street front elevation. The lower level accommodates two bedrooms, bathroom, laundry, family/living/dining areas and kitchen while two further bedrooms, an ensuite and an office are housed on the upper level.

Traditional materials (corrugated iron roofing, weatherboard and board and batten wall-claddings, timber door and window joinery, leadlight feature windows) combine with typical villa and bungalow detailing. Minimal alteration was required to existing land levels and, with the retention of most existing trees, the house successfully harmonises with the neighbouring houses in terms of scale, height and street set-back, thus avoiding adverse effects on neighbourhood heritage values.

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New House in Devonport

This new house was specifically designed to integrate with the prevalent architectural style of the immediate Devonport neighbourhood – an area of small sites with closely spaced houses. The house, built to a basically rectangular plan form, has a main pitched one-and-a-half storey gable-ended roof and a single-storey bay extension to the street front elevation. The lower level accommodates two bedrooms, bathroom, laundry, family/living/dining areas and kitchen while two further bedrooms, an ensuite and an office are housed on the upper level.

Traditional materials (corrugated iron roofing, weatherboard and board and batten wall-claddings, timber door and window joinery, leadlight feature windows) combine with typical villa and bungalow detailing. Minimal alteration was required to existing land levels and, with the retention of most existing trees, the house successfully harmonises with the neighbouring houses in terms of scale, height and street set-back, thus avoiding adverse effects on neighbourhood heritage values.

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