A home that stands out from the crowd

A home that stands out from the crowd
The visually stunning Hallmark Homes show home at Te Whariki in Lincoln is clad in Rockcote aerated panels highlighted with Linear oblique weatherboards.

Opening its doors to visitors for the first time in January 2020, multi award winning Hallmark Homes’ brand new Te Whariki show home will stand out from the crowd.
“We’ve done some really nice show homes but this show home really does provide the nicest feeling of all show homes we’ve designed and built to date,” says Mike Bonne, managing director of Hallmark Homes Ltd.
“There are a lot of things going on in the home—a cathedral ceiling in the lounge, raised vaulted ceiling in the family/dining area and an amazing alfresco area that is the ultimate man cave.”
Visually stunning, the 265sqm home is clad in Rockcote aerated panels highlighted with Linear Oblique weatherboards and large format 1200×600 exterior feature tiles in the entrance way and out-door alfresco area.
Architectural and crafted to perfection, the beautifully designed four bedroom family home is replete with features destined to tempt the aspirations of customers looking for a home of distinction as their next slice of heaven.
A raised ceiling of cedar sarking and dummy rafters highlighted by LED strips welcomes visitors into the front entrance, leading them to the separate family lounge.
Dummy rafters and ridge beam characterize the lounge’s cathedral ceiling while a large gable window fills the room with extra light. Adding to the mood of the space, an extra wide landscape shaped gas fire with a narrow glass profile provides a linear view of the flame as it generates comfortable warmth.
Open plan family living, dining and kitchen provide a family space for all occasions.Two solar powered Velux widows in the ceiling provides plenty of natural light above the kitchen bench while a 200mm step in the living room ceiling offers the illusion of height.
From the family dining area, large sliders open into an enclosed alfresco area replete with raking rafters and panelled ceiling along with built-in patio heaters, outdoor bbq oven, rangehood, TV and outdoor speakers.
Three solar Velux windows in the enclosed space are complemented with a 4.8 metre wall slider virtually disappearing into a pocket, opening the alfresco space into an outside deck.

A home that stands out from the crowd
The show home will have nine solar powered Velux windows, providing an abundance of natural light throughout.

 
In total the home has nine solar powered Velux windows, providing an abundance of natural light throughout.Positioned for privacy from other residents of the home, Mike says no detail has been missed in the master bedroom.
“There’s a scissor truss with cathedral ceiling and the en-suite is fully tiled with a level entry walk in shower. LED lights in the walk-in-robe’s top rail provide visibility while choosing the morning’s clothes.”
Two ducted heat pumps provide warmth throughout the house and ‘google home’ enables lights to be switched on and off remotely. “All our home designs are customizable and can be personalised to people’s living and lifestyles.
“Some of our homes are $1-2m dollars and the difference between those homes to lesser valued homes, apart from size, is construction and the features included. For us, a show home has to demonstrate the nice features people can aspire to include in their own homes.”
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