Hermes road, gooseberry hill  

The modest family home is a ‘contemporary response to place’. Part anchored; part floating. The confluence of the existing tennis court and driveway largely determine the location of the house; the steep fall down to the north boundary and stunning park views beyond further shape the footprint of the house. The plan cranks slightly to accommodate the tennis court and contours, creating an arc centred on the foyer. 

The elevated, floating west wing houses the main living areas and Master Suite with an under-croft carport; the anchored east wing comprises bedrooms 2 & 3, bathroom & Laundry. 

This stunning home sits perfectly on this half and acre block bordering the national park. The home has a 6.4 star energy rating and a 74% saving on Co2 when compared to a standard benchmark home.