Red Hill South

Series
Custom Designed
Location
Red Hill South, VIC
Architect
Pleysier Perkins
Images
Michael Kai

Red Hill South

Series
Custom Designed
Location
Red Hill South, VIC
Architect
Pleysier Perkins
Images
Michael Kai

Gently perched amongst an enviable landscape, Red Hill house is a sophisticated, yet rustic insertion into the natural environment.

This customised Breeze provides space for the family to entertain and escape from the city, with uninterrupted views of the surrounding bushland and their own private vineyard at hand.

The entire skin of the building is clad in charcoal stained Silvertop Ash to recede against the natural bushland setting. The timber floors internally are mirrored by an American Oak ceiling throughout to offer an instant warmth to these volumes.

Deliberate zoning was a key component to the success of this design. The adult wing is set further toward the east and consists of separate living with an open fire, large study for two, ensuite, walk in robe and bedroom. The ensuite is fitted with a freestanding bath flanked by a pair of glazed French doors, inviting the outdoors in.

The kitchen and meals area lead out to an expansive covered deck, with the second living zone separated by a raised courtyard garden area. The kids/guest zone has two large bedrooms, bathroom and a bunk room to sleep six.

The generous decking area acts as a viewing platform down to the eastern bushland and farming land to the north.

The building is sited behind a neighboring site foliage to create total privacy from the street entry. The building unveils itself upon arrival to the larger part of the site and views. A double carport was built on site with a covered walkway linking it to the entry.

The decks are protected from the sun by a large steel framed pergola with timber batten screening as well as deciduous planting. Windows beyond the pergola are screened by full height sliding panels to allow these areas to be shut down as required throughout the year.

The design makes sense of the gently sloping site by following the line of the natural contours. Careful cut and retaining allowed the modules to be bed into the slope and filled to the low side just enough to avoid handrails and balustrades.

There are many factors that can impact the final build price.

These include the location, block conditions, access and local council restrictions. Our team are happy to discuss how we can work with you to create an architecturally designed home.

Get in touch to explore your options or read more about our process below.

Our friendly team are here to answer any questions, get in touch to start a conversion.

Call +61 3 9761 5544

Unfortunately we cannot accept custom residential projects from outside of Victoria at this time.

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