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$959,900

Includes 665m2 of land, and a new home built to these plans

Want to customise, or have your own designs? No problem, talk to us about pricing a new plan for this package deal

Lot 15 - RiverCove
River Cove
River Cove
River Cove, Flagstaff
Flagstaff

Includes THIS 220m2 HOMe

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Build your dream home in this prestigious riverfront subdivision on the north-side of Hamilton. Just a stroll to the Flagstaff shopping centre and less than 5 minutes’ drive to
one of Waikato’s favourite golf courses – Horsham Downs. Covenants designed to protect the subdivisions integrity & your investment. Boasting quality landscaping, road side planting and exposed aggregate paving.
We can modify a floor plan from our extensive range of designs or customize a layout from your own ideas & wish list. Secure your home & land package now that titles are issued in River Cove’s boutique subdivision. Let me show you our points of difference and our level of client care. Let me introduce you to Sentinel Homes!


  • measurements

    House Area
    184m2
    Garage Area
    36m2
    Total Area
    220m2
    House Length
    15m
    House Width
    22m
    Room Dimensions
    Master Suite
    4.8 x 4m
    Bedroom 2
    3 x 3.3m
    Bedroom 3
    3 x 3.3m
    Bedroom 4
    3.5 x 3m

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 with different cladding and roof options

Change the look

Cladding

Roof

You can change colours and textures, but it will affect the cost of this package.

Most houses have at least two types of cladding, to create interest. Our designers will work with you to help choose the cladding options that work best for you. Here are a few common options:

Weatherboard

The traditional Kiwi cladding for over 100 years. Available in a range of profiles in both horizontal & vertical fixing. The Weatherboard looks can be achieved using traditional Timber, or the very low-maintenance products like 'Linea', or 'Palliside'

BRICK

Provides a solid timeless look with the selection of new generation brick colours, textures & sizes available providing the opportunity to add that point of difference to your home. Mortar, often overlooked, is also available in a choice of colours and joint finish and can change the finished look - a great way to add that personal touch.

PLY AND BATTEN

A Ply & Batten cladding system simulates the original rustic Board & Batten look but offers a more stable finish. Utilising the CHH ShadowClad Ply as the base lining provides the weather-tight layer over which the grooved batten is fixed at the nominated centres. Stained or painted this system is making a comeback providing both a contrasting feature wall and as a full house cladding option.

Titan Facade Panel

James Hardies provides a range of composite board and panel cladding options. Titan Facade Panel offers a sharp, flat semi commercial look. Installed with a negative jointing detail enhances the panel effect and provides a striking contemporary feature. Being a composite board it can be painted in a darker colour palette.

Schist - Stone Veneer

This architectural stone veneer system is a cost effective method of achieving the natural stone appearance. Installed to either exterior or interior walls it will provide an appealing contrast feature to columns, fireplaces and more.

Offered in a range of colours and textures ensuring there is a stone option for all preferences.

GABLE END ROOF

A gable end roof design results in a more imposing visual impact with cladding raised up to the roof apex the eye is drawn to the high point. Most roofs today are a combination of gable and hip to maximise the floor area available while retaining the impact value and street appeal. The inclusion of a gable end roof enables the incorporation of attic truss designs and attic ladder allowing for additional storage areas in the roof space.

 

You're welcome to change the roof style, but it will affect the cost of this package.

A roof style can really change the whole look of your home. If you're not sure, our designer can work with you to help choose the best roof for your home. There are three common roof types.

HIP End ROOF

A hip roof design creates a lower profile roof line allowing for a larger home on a smaller site without infringing on any height to boundary requirements. While the lower profile reduces the visual impact, increasing the roof pitch and selecting complementary roofing material and profile can enhance this style.

MonoPITCH

As the name suggests the roof is on one plane. Included in the more contemporary designs they can be a single plane or include multiple planes providing a more complex architectural design. Coupled with high walls and raking angles it creates a sophisticated modern home with huge visual impact.

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the next step...

The next step is to get in touch and arrange a free, no pressure meeting with one of our team.
Let’s meet! We can come and see you, or we could meet at our office.

We’d love to hear your ideas!

info@sentinelhomes.co.nz

 

 

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Includes 665m2 of land, and a new home built to these plans

Measurements

House Area
184m2
Garage Area
36m2
Total Area
220m2
House Length
15m
House Width
22m
Room Dimensions
Master Suite
4.8 x 4m
Bedroom 2
3 x 3.3m
Bedroom 3
3 x 3.3m
Bedroom 4
3.5 x 3m

  • Measurements

    House Area
    184m2
    Garage Area
    36m2
    Total Area
    220m2
    House Length
    15m
    House Width
    22m
    Room Dimensions
    Master Suite
    4.8 x 4m
    Bedroom 2
    3 x 3.3m
    Bedroom 3
    3 x 3.3m
    Bedroom 4
    3.5 x 3m

  • Cladding

    You're welcome to change the cladding on your home, but it will affect the cost of this package.

    Most houses have at least two types of cladding, to create interest. Our designers will work with you to help choose the cladding options that work best for you. Here are a few common options:

    Weatherboard

    The traditional Kiwi cladding for over 100 years. Available in a range of profiles in both horizontal & vertical fixing. The Weatherboard looks can be achieved using traditional Timber, or the very low-maintenance products like 'Linea', or 'Palliside'

    BRICK

    Provides a solid timeless look with the selection of new generation brick colours, textures & sizes available providing the opportunity to add that point of difference to your home. Mortar, often overlooked, is also available in a choice of colours and joint finish and can change the finished look - a great way to add that personal touch.

    PLY AND BATTEN

    A Ply & Batten cladding system simulates the original rustic Board & Batten look but offers a more stable finish. Utilising the CHH ShadowClad Ply as the base lining provides the weathertight layer over which the grooved batten is fixed at the nominated centres. Stained or painted this system is making a comeback providing both a contrasting feature wall and as a full house cladding option.

    Titan Facade Panel

    James Hardies provides a range of composite board and panel cladding options. Titan Facade Panel offers a sharp, flat semi commercial look. Installed with a negative jointing detail enhances the panel effect and provides a striking contemporary feature. Being a composite board it can be painted in a darker colour palette.

    Schist - Stone Veneer

    This architectural stone veneer system is a cost effective method of achieving the natural stone appearance. Installed to either exterior or interior walls it will provide an appealing contrast feature to columns, fireplaces and more.

    Offered in a range of colours and textures ensuring there is a stone option for all preferences.

  • Roof

    GABLE END ROOF

    A gable end roof design results in a more imposing visual impact with cladding raised up to the roof apex the eye is drawn to the high point. Most roofs today are a combination of gable and hip to maximise the floor area available while retaining the impact value and street appeal. The inclusion of a gable end roof enables the incorporation of attic truss designs and attic ladder allowing for additional storage areas in the roof space.

     

    You're welcome to change the roof type, but it will affect the cost of this package.

    A roof style can really change the whole look of your home. If you're not sure, our designer can work with you to help choose the best roof for your home. There are three common roof types.

    HIP End ROOF

    A hip roof design creates a lower profile roof line allowing for a larger home on a smaller site without infringing on any height to boundary requirements. While the lower profile reduces the visual impact, increasing the roof pitch and selecting complementary roofing material and profile can enhance this style.

    MonoPITCH

    As the name suggests the roof is on one plane. Included in the more contemporary designs they can be a single plane or include multiple planes providing a more complex architectural design. Coupled with high walls and raking angles it creates a sophisticated modern home with huge visual impact.