The ones outlined below are just some of these, with more available on request.
All of our floor-plans are flexible, and your new home can be customised to your requirements.
House size: 7.2 x 6.2m
This cedar "logstyle" weatherboard house was built in North Canterbury and is based on Concept 1 with the veranda removed but with additional deck area added and the extra ranch slider to take in the stunning views.
House size: 8.4 x 6.2m
This Ply and Batten house in Canterbury has a wider veranda and back door added, giving a cosy, practical retirement cottage for the owner with a good sized deck to look over the lake at the bottom of his garden.
House size: 9.6 x 6.2m
This house at Darfield utilizes the 'granny flat' idea as a secondary dwelling on the family property.
This is one and 'a half' sized bedroom house suiting a couple with a study/spare room.
House size: 10.8 x 6.2m.
The 'pre-primed' weatherboard cladding on a standard house with added internal access garage, making good use of the narrow section. A ‘flatpack’ house constructed by the customer in Amberley, and he enjoyed it so much he’s looking to do another soon!
House size: 12 x 6.2m.
This Ply and Batten house in North Canterbury is a two bedroom version of the standard three bed plan, probably the better option to allow for reasonable bedroom sizes.
House size: 13.2 x 6.2m
The show home in Amberley is a variation on this model with an extension to the main bedroom and a wider veranda plus deck on two sides. Additional decking width provides for outside seating and potential barbeque area.
House size: 14.4 x 6.2m
French doors were added to a three bedroom version of this house among the olives on the outskirts of Christchurch.
There is also a wide full length veranda to sit and watch the fruits of your labour ripen.
A three bedroom layout with separate toilet and a bath added. Clad in the ‘pre-primed’ weatherboard. One of five homes for an earthquake rebuild project.
Visit our show room at 1 Bank St, Amberley, Canterbury