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The owner of Longmile Builders completed this personal project for Dylan and Amy from Southern Draught. Dylan and Amy bought the land and built a tiny house immediately, knowing that they wanted to live on the land prior to designing and building their own home.

The result is a compact, 120m2 open-plan home which feels nestled in the bush despite the 4 adjacent neighbours.

The home offers views over Lake Rotoiti to the South and to mature native bush through virtually every window.

Outdoor living is located to the sun-filled Nothern side of the house and provides protection from Southerly winds blowing across the lake, along with the noise from state highway 33. High ceilings and windows maximise all-day sun and increase the volume above the modest floor area.

Trout Pool Rise was designed with energy efficiency and sustainability in mind. The roof is constructed out of structurally insulated panels made 40 minutes away. The decking was harvested and processed within an hour of the property, the house is clad in New Zealand cedar and the flooring is New Zealand Blackwood which has also been used to craft some pieces of furniture.

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Trout Pool Rise

The owner of Longmile Builders completed this personal project for Dylan and Amy from Southern Draught. Dylan and Amy bought the land and built a tiny house immediately, knowing that they wanted to live on the land prior to designing and building their own home.

The result is a compact, 120m2 open-plan home which feels nestled in the bush despite the 4 adjacent neighbours.

The home offers views over Lake Rotoiti to the South and to mature native bush through virtually every window.

Outdoor living is located to the sun-filled Nothern side of the house and provides protection from Southerly winds blowing across the lake, along with the noise from state highway 33. High ceilings and windows maximise all-day sun and increase the volume above the modest floor area.

Trout Pool Rise was designed with energy efficiency and sustainability in mind. The roof is constructed out of structurally insulated panels made 40 minutes away. The decking was harvested and processed within an hour of the property, the house is clad in New Zealand cedar and the flooring is New Zealand Blackwood which has also been used to craft some pieces of furniture.

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Trout Pool Rise

The owner of Longmile Builders completed this personal project for Dylan and Amy from Southern Draught. Dylan and Amy bought the land and built a tiny house immediately, knowing that they wanted to live on the land prior to designing and building their own home.

The result is a compact, 120m2 open-plan home which feels nestled in the bush despite the 4 adjacent neighbours.

The home offers views over Lake Rotoiti to the South and to mature native bush through virtually every window.

Outdoor living is located to the sun-filled Nothern side of the house and provides protection from Southerly winds blowing across the lake, along with the noise from state highway 33. High ceilings and windows maximise all-day sun and increase the volume above the modest floor area.

Trout Pool Rise was designed with energy efficiency and sustainability in mind. The roof is constructed out of structurally insulated panels made 40 minutes away. The decking was harvested and processed within an hour of the property, the house is clad in New Zealand cedar and the flooring is New Zealand Blackwood which has also been used to craft some pieces of furniture.

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