Facebook

Tweet

Help

Open invitation

Solid construction, meticulous detailing and a flexible approach to design make a home from Town & Country a welcoming proposition

An exterior of a home architecture, building, cottage, estate, evening, facade, home, house, landscape lighting, lighting, mansion, night, property, real estate, residential area, roof, sky, black
An exterior of a home

Your new home will need to stand the test of time. It will also need to pass muster on a day-to-day basis. Solid construction will make your home future-proof, but it's attention to detail that makes it a fun and functional place for everyday living.

Town & Country specialises in building solid masonry homes with strong, simple lines, such as the one featured on these pages. The company also places a strong emphasis on a home's overall workmanship, says director Warren Pointon.


A view of a patio and fireplace of backyard, fireplace, home, house, outdoor structure, patio, real estate, residential area, roof, white, black
A view of a patio and fireplace of a home

"This goes beyond insisting on the best sub-contractors available," Pointon says. "Town & Country works closely with its clients throughout a project, ensuring every detail is considered."

The clients for this project wanted an open-plan residence suitable for frequent entertaining, and strong connections to the outdoor spaces.

A view of a patio and fireplace of backyard, fireplace, home, house, outdoor structure, patio, real estate, residential area, roof, white, black
A view of a patio and fireplace of a home

Town & Country also builds timber-framed homes to the same standard as its masonry-built projects. The company offers a design-and-build service or can build to your own plans.

For more details, contact Town & Country Residential, PO Box 16, Greenhithe, Auckland, phone (09) 448 1101, fax (09) 448 1102. Email: w.pointon@residentialmasonry.co.nz.

Story by: Trendsideas

04 May, 2003

Home kitchen bathroom commercial design


We know the Specialists

Similar Stories