Classy show home in a class of its own

Classy show home in a class of its own
David Reid Homes Canterbury contract manager Rebecca Dobson says the NERO wireless automation system installed allows remote operation of the blinds, curtains, lights, heat pumps, and gas fires. The steel and timber staircase is another standout design feature.

David Reid Homes Canterbury stunning Highsted show home set in the acclaimed Highsted subdivision is in a class of its own, it is one show home not to be missed.
“This architecturally designed four- bedroom home displays our methods of construction, quality craftsmanship, and the standard we expect in our homes,” says David Reid Homes Canterbury contract manager Rebecca Dobson.
“We finish to a high standard and have a number of features in this home that integrate into everyday living,” Rebecca says.
“The natural beauty of timber including the Quickstep Variano timber flooring is further enhanced by the amount of natural light from our abundance of skylights cleverly positioned over our feature steel and timber staircase, and the NERO wireless automation system.”
“We are increasingly receiving requests for home automation, and the NERO system installed allows us to demonstrate the ease of blinds, curtains, lights, heat pumps, and gas fires all to be operated remotely.” David Reid Homes has been ‘Raising the Standard” in Canterbury since 1993 and is the flagship branch of David Reid Homes.
Rebecca says the company prides itself on its team approach to the new home building journey, with each specialist providing their particular skillset and insight into an all-round customer experience to design, create and build the home of our customers dreams.
“We receive new products and information all the time, so we have to make sure we are up to date with latest trends, products and sustainability, that we are providing our clients the most accurate information possible to ensure their dreams become a reality” she says.
David Reid Homes Canterbury offers client design and builds, house and land packages, turn key opportunities, new townhouses, section subdivision, and build out advice to mention a few.
The company is experiencing continued growth and has partnered with Highsted Residential and Verdeco Residential and Lifestyle Park to bring three new show homes to the market next year.
A prime site on Aynsley Terrace has been acquired by David Reid Homes Canterbury and will be developed next year with 11 new homes, all with a breath-taking outlook across the Heathcote River and Hudson Park.

Classy show home in a class of its own
The show home features a stunning bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and the latest tapware and joinery.

Another of David Reid’s developments is on Bishop Street in St Albans, where David Reid Homes Canterbury has obtained two sites and will build four townhouses designed for inner city living on each site in the coming year.
“More people are looking into inner city living so it makes for us sense for us to be involved. Our townhouse builds will see the same standard and high quality of finish that people expect from any David Reid Homes build,” Rebecca says.
“At David Reid Homes we realise everyone is different. That’s why we build houses to reflect the individuality of their owners. “We design homes around the client’s needs and wants to ensure that their dreams become a reality.”
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