Multi Unit Development - Kew modern-exterior
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Multi Unit Development - Kew Modern Exterior, Melbourne

Inspiration for a modern two-storey white exterior in Melbourne with a flat roof. — Houzz

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chrissstopher wrote:
Fence Posts - What type of wood was used for the fence posts? Thanks

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Dalecki Design added this to Before You Build: How to Find the Perfect Block
Are you clear on the block’s zoning requirements?You may think that two 400-square-metre blocks you are comparing in two different locations are like for like. However, chances are they’re not. The zoning of the particular block dictates the numbers behind the design. Among many items, it will dictate the percentage of land you can actually cover with your house, the size of your outdoor living area, the percentage of your house that’s permitted to overshadow any adjoining properties, and the distance you must set back your home from the front street. When comparing land, ensure you are comparing like-for-like zoning. The search for a suitable block for your new home can now begin with confidence. Happy hunting!YOUR SAYHave you built your own home? What were the pros and cons of your block of land? Share your experiences in the Comments.MOREBrowse more home exteriors on Houzz

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Fatima Grismer added this to Nosara House
Love Simplicity of exterior. over garage would be the floating room. Like very much window
Dianne Overend added this to dianneoverend's ideas
Roadside, note the in-depth windows!! and the long fence timbers!
Prater Architects, Inc. added this to Villa La Playa
Monochromatic works well when the geometry provides shade/shadow effects.

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