A holiday house with a difference. Presiding over the 9th hole, in the exclusive gated community of Moonah Links, this modern holiday house has no fences to limit interaction with the Championship Golf Course and the surrounding lush natural landscape of southern Victoria’s premier recreation locality. Modern design and family friendly this modest holiday home was crafted for one of our good commercial clients and is regularly enjoyed by his growing family.
Classic interpretation. Working closely with the owners, this picture perfect residence is an outstanding achievement to all who took part in its creation, the owners, the builder and Novatec Design. This house won the MBA award for best house under $1m.
First class quality in a luxury family home. With a stunning combination of Bayside excellence, contemporary indulgence and streamlined architectural brilliance, every luxury and comfort has been conquered in this lavish family home. 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, and garaging for 4 cars, home cinema, private cellar, home office, swimming pool, plus several enormous living spaces – both formal & informal. The home with its striking external design and feature landscaping stands out on a street of lavish properties.
This home designed for a fastidious Canberra identity, set a new record for highest residential house price in Canberra when it was first sold. Designed by Novatec for a busy family, who oversaw the construction, it features a host of unique design elements, woven into a luxuriously liveable dream. Located in Canberra’s most exclusive suburb, and with commanding views – its easy to see why this individually designed residence achieved the highest price recorded in our Capital.
Conversion of a single fronted, single storey cottage in inner Melbourne, to a modern family haven filled with light and character. The family are delighted with the result… “. . . I’d also like to thank you for all of your work. We appreciate all your involvement and support and as mentioned, we are thrilled with the house and wouldn’t change a thing.” Cathryn Pruscino