David Reid Homes Queenstown has opened the doors on a brand new show home, showcasing a bespoke design with quality being front of mind.
Sales manager Justine McCall says the home was designed to suit the needs of a wide range of people in different stages of life.
“This could be a home for anyone, it would be perfect for someone downsizing, a young family, or even a professional couple,” she says.
“It’s a cost-effective option which has been designed to showcase what can be done with a range of different budgets and requirements.”
Set within new subdivision Hanley’s Farm, the home is handy to the new Queenstown Central shopping centre and the Remarkables Ski area.
Featuring natural cladding, a stunning feature void in the living and dining area, excellent indoor outdoor flow and an outdoor fireplace. it has been designed to fit in with a range of subdivision covenants imposed on the area.
“We have quite a lot of homes under construction in the area and we have become experts at meeting the covenants of the subdivision,” Justine says.
“This home showcases what can be done while still adhering to those restrictions.”
Despite the intention of providing a source of inspiration with the home, Justine insists that no two builds by David Reid Homes Queenstown are the same.
“Everything we do is bespoke, the client makes the final decisions with our recommendations and advice along the way. The show home is a really good starting point to give them some ideas and showcase the quality of our builds.”
One thing that remains the same in homes built by the franchise is the extremely high standard of energy efficiency and insulation they strive to meet.
“We include a MAXRaft Thermally insulated slab for each home we build, we always recommend 140mm framing and specialised heating solutions that suit the clients lifestyle and requirements,” Justine says.
The show home is open to view Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm, where somebody will be able to talk to you about your vision, ideas and budget. Find it at 42 Jack Hanley Drive, Queenstown.