2/26 Graham Street, Quarry Hill
Blue Chip Quarry Hill Townhouse Allotment Land - Property ID: 853977
Calling all builders, developers or inner suburban dwellers. Developed and ready to go 206m2 allotments with planning permission for high end solar passive, efficient architecturally designed modern townhouses. (see plans and drawings) Take advantage of what is in place, or follow your own path. The position is outstanding and lifestyle it offers is most desired. If you're a builder looking for that next project, or that person seeking the opportunity to create a low maintenance inner city lifestyle and have a desire or passion for efficient, passive modern architecture then look no further. Build your own grand design and enjoy the wonderful position with access to excellent recreational facilities, transport, shopping and city eateries/coffee shops beautiful Bendigo has to offer.
A WORD FROM THE ARCHITECT
Design for 2 side by side townhouses that would include passive solar design, north facing windows and living areas, (sun streams in during winter), and is prevented by eaves in summer. Natural, cross-ventilation. Views through to garden spaces. Courtyards to increase the north light, garden views and cross-ventilation. Thermal mass concrete floors would assist to keep a constant temperature, cooling the house in summer and warming it in winter. Flexible function of rooms (specifically Bedroom 3)
Ramped front entry to accommodate access and mobility. Second bathroom acts as bedroom 2 ensuite. Privacy screens prevent overlooking, but allow views over to the parks trees and to the street. High level windows open to expel rising heat in summer, but allow sun in winter. Kitchen bench extends outdoors to allow for bbq and outdoor kitchen. Decking at finished floor level and glass doors allow for indoor/outdoor living. Balconies overhang garage doors to reduce prominence of cars. Rainwater tanks can be connected to toilets and garden. Plenty of built in storage. Bike storage for easy access and use. Concealed bin storage. Can accommodate solar panels. Consistent temperature produced by passive solar design, good insulation and glazing makes for very comfortable living and an energy and water efficient home. Architect's web site: www.greensheepcollective.com.au
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