Lot 2, Westridge Cres is packed with attractive features.
Lot 2, Westridge Cres is packed with attractive features. Contributed

Build begins on work of art home that's first of its kind

COUNCIL has approved the construction of a large house and land package in West Gladstone worth $589,000, with slab construction starting Wednesday.

The 2337sq m piece of land is Lot 2, Westridge Cres, West Gladstone. The home is 275sq m, in a vast area of beautiful bushland with no neighbours close by.

Tenheggeler Homes is developing the land, which sits in a "boutique neighbourhood".

Greta Tenheggeler, from Tenheggeler Homes, described the house as a "piece of paradise".

"You are getting a high-end property, in a prestige area, mixed with privacy and that bush feel.

"We are very excited to start the building of this unusual home. It's a very different project, with many external finishes that will meld with the countryside," she said.

The package is fresh on the market and interest in the property can be directed to Greta on 4978 7335 or PRDNationwide Gladstone's Margie Richards on 4972 5266.

Greta said it would be complete in four to five months time, with potential buyers able to move in by Christmas.

The home sits on an elevated block and boasts four large bedrooms, large upper and lower timber decks, parents' retreat, an internal eco fireplace, custom-made kitchen, large walk-in pantry and bamboo features in the ensuite.

"We feel the home will be inviting and warm; it is also an energy-efficient 'green home' with timber floors, high ceilings and beautiful views from the timber deck," Greta said.

There's a fenced yard all nestled within a quiet cul-de-sac; all you can hear is the humming of nature.

This is the first design of its kind, Greta said.

"Several different claddings have been used externally to give it that modern feel, whilst still keeping the home blending with the landscape."



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