Backyard House is a private home located in Teneriffe, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

The 3,229-square-foot home was designed by Joe Adsett Architects in 2014.

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Backyard House by Joe Adsett Designers:

“The ‘Great Australian Dream’ of having a quarter acre block with a brand new house has turned into a distant memory in inner-city Queensland, as parcels of land are shaved lower frequently inside a bid to densify the urban center. Nestled inside the urban roads of Teneriffe, a colonial Queenslander presented a captivating frontage that hidden the opportunity of the Architect to use the vacant 300m2 (3,229ft2) backyard to create and make a brand new home.

The ‘Backyard House’ continues to be an chance to create a precedent for suburban infill development instead of the current trend of creating flats near railway and bus stations.

In the quiet tree lined cul-de-sac the magnificent residence floats beautifully over the street, exhibiting its broad and different 21 metre (69 feet) street frontage. After entering the house via a secure gatehouse underneath the canopy of a big native you arrive to some home of sheer architectural brilliance.

A home is created by architect Joe Adsett who’s leading generation x of designers redefining the brand new Farm architectural style. The house is recently built yet exudes an ageless architectural language, described within the words from the architect as “bespoke grandeur”.

An outing with the residence unveils probably the most exquisite architectural experience integrating probably the most opulent finishes and particulars for example Western Red Cedar plank Castelation cladding, polished wide oak flooring, honed silver travertine, foundations of white-colored marble and timber battened ceilings soaring with the 6.5 metre (21 feet) high void.

This opulence and grandeur is paired superbly using the inclusion of bespoke products for example David Trubridge pendent lighting, rosewood timber home windows and doorways along with a stunning eight person polished oak dining room table. This home is essential see for individuals who understand the finer things in existence, because it is the right balance of grandeur and bespoke charm.

The expansive home comprises many features including: four generous bedrooms with built-in closets and storage, double lockup garage, automated and manual exterior blinds, multi zone ducted AC, video intercom and 2 internal storage rooms. A minimal maintenance mature native garden created by famous landscape architect Love Hilliar offers convenience and functionality.”

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