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Want a character home that stands apart from the crowd? This spacious showhome by G.J. Gardner has strong street presence matched by bold, individualistic interiors 

Set on a corner site, this masculine home boasts a strong, simple exterior comprised of stained cedar and James Hardie black vertical oblique – making for a bold architectural street presence.

Defined gable ends with beautiful joinery create a striking profile. 

'Colour blocking', a recent trend is evident both inside and outside this home, and even carries through to the simple landscaping. 

Equally at home on a rural block, by the beach, mountain, or in the city, this home is a ‘man cave to’ the max.


The house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two-car garaging, two living areas, and a cosy outdoor living den.

It also has a separate laundry, office nook and media control cupboard for the many automated features in the home.

Other user-friendly advantages include ducted heating throughout and a walk in pantry adjacent to the designer kitchen.

There’s a great feeling of space throughout the home, mostly thanks to the feature raking ceiling in the main living area.

Designed for modern life, in the place of a classic dining room table, there is a barleaner table and stools which face the 65 inch screen and creates a nice stadium effect down into the lounge suite.

And this configuration is continued in the rear courtyard – complete with garden style table and chairs, built in seating and wood store and pizza oven.

It’s easy to imagine sitting out here with a beer in hand, watching a game on the big screen through the glass windows in the main living area.

The media room is set up for entertainment with an incredible sound system. This space boasts another entertainment wall complete with TV and in-built cabinetry but has an overall cozy feel.

The master suite – master bedroom, WIR and ensuite – has the feel of a five-star hotel.

Dynamic lighting plays a major role in this private space, highlighting the black Melteca woodgrain feature wall and matching inbuilt cabinetry.  

Other bedrooms follow the masculine theme with one boasting a feature wall in board-formed concrete.

The main bathroom has a distressed metal finish for an individual look – one of many in this exception-to-the-rule family home.

The large garage is entirely lined with ply and includes a 'Man-Cave' workshop, complete with bench, drawers and a tool hanger.

To explore this G.J. Gardner showhome in person, find out all the details here, check out the experienced homebuilder's wide range of customisable concept plans here or see more G.J. Gardner showhomes here.

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27 Jun, 2021

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