Australian Contemporary Energy Efficient Single Story Home

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Whenever you decide to buy a new home, select a design that perfectly suits your family. In other words, choose a unit that will satisfy you and something that fits within your capacity. Of course, the first thing to consider is the budget allocation. Find out the appropriateness of this Australian contemporary energy efficient single story home to your lifestyle.

At the present time, green building is a hot trend in residential construction. It involves the integration of environmental influence from perspective of the design, construction, maintenance and use. Some factors considered to comply with this are: including the use of sustainable materials, energy-efficient building procedures, water conservation and indoor air quality.

With attention to green building architecture, this Australian contemporary energy efficient single story home is best for families who want shelter that makes use of space and energy-efficient features. For this reason, this residence has a big open space on the left side elevation which is a great source of natural light for ventilation purposes.

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Description of Australian Contemporary Energy Efficient Single Story Home

A single story home with four bedrooms, it has a rectangular layout with a total floor area of 215 sq. meters. Built as a spacious home, the unit showcases a distinctive blend of modern design, style as well as  functional aspects. This house is a complete package of open plan living with spacious room sizes. Therefore, it welcomes a comfortable ambiance.

The notable features of this house design are:

  • flexible living room and spacious dining area filled with sufficient light and air
  • contemporary island kitchen with extra space for meal preparation
  • wonderful butler’s walk-in pantry
  • four bedrooms with individual walk-in-closets, coffered ceiling layout with perimeter lighting
  • master’s bedroom furnished with double vanity ensuite toilet and walk-in wardrobe
  • two units of T&B and a laundry space
  • small covered porch, inviting driveway and aluminum two-car garage
  • long rectangular deck area
  • wall sized glass windows optimizing supply of natural light
  • spacious and beautiful landscape
Floor Plan of Australian Contemporary Energy Efficient Single Story Home

Picture of Australian Contemporary Energy Efficient Single Story Home

A house plan in a rectangular lot, a covered porch leads to the main door where an aisle/hallway sits. Beside the hallway at he right are bedroom 4 and the flexible living room sitting side by side. In front of the living room separated by a wall, is the spacious dining room with the island kitchen on the right side. The dining room is well ventilated by sufficient supply of natural air and light from the right side thru a pair of sliding glass door.

Standing nearby the kitchen is the superb butler’s pantry which supports the kitchen activities. While the opposite side of the pantry is occupied by a laundry space, a common T&B is located on the right of the dining room as well.  The back section on the other hand, contains the other three bedrooms. In front of the dining room are bedrooms 2 and 3 with individual walk-in-closets. The master’s bedroom occupies the back side of the plan. It is furnished with inspiring walk-in robe and pleasing ensuite with double vanity, large shower and separate toilet.

The left elevation of the plan offers a long rectangular deck area laid out from the dining room that spans up to the corner of the entire building. Meanwhile, a carport for two cars stands comfortably on the right front corner.

As can be seen, this Australian contemporary energy efficient single story home promotes a green home concept. To sum it all, size really matters, as it can accommodate more amenities as well as having the privilege to enjoy a comfortable ambiance inside and outside.

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