Residential

View our residential building expertise from the selection of properties below.

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Mount Archer

Feb 2016 to Oct 2017

The original Mt Archer home was built in the mid 70’s and was the first house to be built on Mt Archer. The original design was quite innovative at the time with the design of the house taking into account - the views, protection from the prevailing wind, the different heating effects on the house from winter to summer solstice. The clients wanted to modernise the remarkable but very tired building, with the vision that the final product would be a unique and everlasting home nestled humbly into the Central Queensland bushland.

Awards

  • 2018 Residential / Remodelling Project over $1 Million
  • 2018 House of the Year
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2018 House of the Year
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Springbrook Close

Jul 2017 to May 2018

A Design & Build Project. The client approached DR Moore Constructions to help them design and build their family home. After meeting to discuss their budget and ideas, we proposed a design which soon became the house it is today. The home features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, media room and a family room spill out area off the bedrooms. The magnificent kitchen, complete with butlers pantry and bar, open into the living and adjoining alfresco area, making up the ultimate space for entertaining guests.

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Evelyn Street

May 2015 to Mar 2016

The owner wanted to modernise a tired brick veneer and enjoy coastal living. Glass windows and doors opening on to an upper and lower deck allow the client to maximise the beautiful views up & down the coast.

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“Thank you for making our renovation build a pleasurable experience. Your attention to details is second to none. Your expert advice along the way was truly appreciated.”

Errol & Helen

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Murlay Avenue

Mar 2014 to Jun 2015

The home features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, with an additional guest powder room. The magnificent kitchen, boasts an oversized designer range hood, which has the guise of art over that of a functional kitchen appliance. Beautiful internal timber stairs with custom glass balustrading, connects the upper and lower levels and guides the family to the media room, study, additional bedroom, terrace and custom built 15m lap pool. Large windows and doors surround the residence to maximise the views over Rockhampton.

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Avonleigh

Jun 2013 to Aug 2014

Architecturally designed renovations to the existing heritage listed 'Avonleigh' building, including commercial refurbishment and residential unit extension. The build includes designer joinery, concrete pool on the upper level, spiral staircase and mezzanine store room.

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Ouston Place

Jun 2013 to Feb 2014

Architecturally designed home for a modern young family, to ensure maximum use of a sloping block. The home features four large bedrooms, custom designer kitchen, large concrete undercroft for storage, light weight construction and open plan living.

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Bellevue Terrace

Mar 2010 to April 2011

Architecturally designed 2 storey home for a limited access, sloping block. The project also needed to incorporate and be built around an existing pool.

Awards

2012 Winner of QLD Master Builders Regional Award for Housing on Sloping Sites over $426,000

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2012 QLD Master Builders Award for Housing on Sloping Sites over $426,000
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Etna Creek

Jan 2006 to Nov 2006

The clients brief was for a traditional Queenslander style home built for 21st century open plan living.

Situated on the family property, the home included timber floors throughout and incorporated a complicated octagonal verandah, complete with matching roof and ceiling signifying that precision was key in the construction.

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