Mount Louisa property wins house of the year

first_img3-19 Oolilpa St, Mount Louisa.It showcases smart design and quality craftsmanship.The builder overcame several challenges to bring the owner’s dream home to life.The sloping site made access for material and machinery difficult and the driveway had to be cut into the hill while pressure pumps were installed to pump water up the house.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The end result was a house that had been creatively designed to provide functional family living with space for the children to gave their own retreat.Each child’s bedroom was oversized with bedroom two and three having walk-in wardrobes.The kitchen forms the heart of the house and leads to a large dining room able to accommodate large dinner parties. 3-19 Oolilpa St, Mount Louisa.Specialised glass was used to maintain energy efficiency with fully ducted airconditioners installed.Outdoors there is a kitchen and BBQ area that overlooks the pool made of a timber stone and glass which is elevated above the ground and looks out to 270 degree views. 3-19 Oolilpa St, Mount Louisa.LANCINI Builders have taken out the Housing Industry Association’s Townsville house of the year award-winning over the judges with a four-bedrooms, elevated home in Mount Louisa.They were announced as the winner at the awards dinner held last night at The Ville.The winning house at 3-19 Oolilpa St is perched high on Mount Louisa offering sweeping views from every direction.center_img 3-19 Oolilpa St, Mount Louisa.The house is fully automated with a CBUS system that controls entertainment, lighting and multiple feature sin the pool area through the use of a mobile phone.The master bedroom has an ensuite that opens out to a balcony through bi-fold fold while the bedroom has a fully automated rotating bed.A theatre room in the house has three levels with hideaway roll out beds on level 1, LED strip lighting, surround sound and electric powered seats that recline.A large amount of glass was used in the build to capitalise on the views.last_img

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