Show home maximises space and flow

Show home maximises space and flow
The Omaka Landing show home offers four bedrooms and an open plan living, kitchen and dining area.

The team at Mike Greer Homes Marlborough branch has just completed a stunning new show home in the highly sought after Omaka Landing.
Bordering the beautiful Taylor River Reserve, Omaka Landing is a unique subdivision just minutes from Blenheim’s town centre and award-winning wineries and vineyard restaurants.
With schools and amenities all in close proximity, Omaka Landing is a fantastic choice for people wanting to buy or build in a location that presents great value and convenience.
With plenty of street appeal achieved through the clever use of mixed claddings including cedar, plaster and schist, the Mike Greer Homes Marlborough show home is testament to the building company’s focus on craftsmanship, innovative design and contemporary clean lines.
Offering four bedrooms and an open plan living, kitchen and dining area, the home is perfectly designed to maximise space and indoor/outdoor flow.
Raked cathedral ceilings along with skylights in the living areas, European tapware and Smeg appliances endorse the unmistakable hallmarks of quality.
Featuring an internal access double garage and a fully landscaped private section, the home is just prefect for those who enjoy entertaining.
The Mike Greer Homes Marlborough branch established its presence in Blenheim October last year when the owners of Mike Greer Homes Nelson, Richelle Mehrtens and James Peterson, decided to build upon the success of their Nelson operation.
Marlborough’s branch Design & Build Consultant, Dave Chambers, says the new showhome will provide the opportunity to introduce the brand to the region and engage directly with clients looking to build their new home with Mike Greer Homes.
In charge of Marlborough area sales, Dave brings with him natural design flair along with formal qualifications both in Industrial and Interior design.
“I’ve always been interested in architecture and my role here follows on from that,” says Dave.

Show home maximises space and flow
Raked cathedral ceilings and skylights feature in the new Mike Greer Homes show home at Blenheim’s Omaka Landing.

 
“This is my dream job. I have a very good idea of space and can think about things in 3D quite easily. So talking to clients and helping them through that design process comes to me quite naturally.”
With an extensive range of existing design templates to choose from Dave enjoys helping his clients create unique and meaningful environments.
“I’m the first point of contact with the client so my role is to get a feel for the brief, develop a scheme to suit their personality, understand the budget and work through the design process from start to finish.”
Complementing Dave’s skill set is his colleague Dan Hutchison who comes from the building industry and is a licensed building practitioner.
In the role of Project Manager, Dan successfully oversees all aspects of production. Richelle and James commute regularly between Nelson and Marlborough keeping a finger on the pulse.
James is also a qualified Architectural Designer and regularly assists those clients wanting to design a bespoke home from scratch.
Dave says by providing a fixed price contract without the use of estimated PC sums provides real transparency and confidence to clients that their banks especially respond positively towards.
“We have a range of trusted contractors that we use for all our builds. When we price a job we send the specifications out to the builders to price, in conjunction with their sub contactors. When the price comes back it forms the basis of the contract price that we submit to the client. Then both the client and the bank know exactly what the build is going to cost.”
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