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18 h18 hCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

My architect didn't speak of any such restriction. Im not having a balcony on the side, just a long one on the front which stretches 10m along the front of…

2 d2 dCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Not as far as I've been advised. I am on a corner lot though so its encouraged to have balconies. Not sure what the deal is with standard lots.

2 d2 dCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

For a rear balcony, you have to put in a privacy screen if your balcony will be 3 m above ground level.

5 d5 dCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Yes, thats right with the 6m. I thought you were stretching the house as far back as you could. :)
The ground floor height is 2.7m…

5 d5 dCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Yep, around 22 sqm. It will span the full length of the front of the house to make good use of the view. Plus we like having the larger balcony.
My…

7 d7 dCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

We are looking at putting in a large balcony across the front as our view will be of the pond/parks between bruce ferguson and bardia ave.
We are drawing inspiration…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Thanks! No easement it seems for us.

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Thanks!

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
What did you organise yourself post build?

Thank you. I have my own electrician and will be purchasing the lighting myself as i have a good relationship with the local lighting store.

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
What did you organise yourself post build?

Thanks for the reply. Great tips.

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
What did you organise yourself post build?

Hi everyone,
I've been reading a lot about opting to organise things for the house post build instead of going through the builder as it's generally a significant cost saver. I've…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Apologies in advance if this is a stupid question, but how do you know if you have an easement?
Thank you!

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi everyone,
Thought I'd share some information about building a house that's more than the allowed site coverage.
I just got off the phone with a member of the planning dept…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi Wentworth,
Yes, I know that Warwick Farm sits under Liverpool Council. It is just where Masterton has their display village. Most of their clients are based around the south west…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi Cooky,
Are you using a project home builder?
I'm interested to save the $6k-$15k off my project build if I can with Wisdom.

Hi Glo,
No, I'm not. I'm using a local…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

From what I gathered, he did know the building rules in Bardia. The Masterton display village is im Warwick farm and a lot of their clients are local to the…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Thanks again for the reply. We spoke with Masterton over the weekend and the consultant didn't mention getting anything over the 330 sqm size approved. We did indicate we wanted…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi wentworth33,
Thanks for the reply. My land size is 532 sqm so i can get the full 330, but in an earlier post about a 270sqm house, you mentioned you…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi,
270sqm restriction is applies to all building within campbelltown council that have less than 450 sqm land.
If you wants to get more tha 270sqm, you can, you just have to…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Corner Blocks - Share your plans!

Hi everyone,
I've recently purchased a 532 sqm corner block in Sydney and would love to see what others have achieved on their corner blocks!
My land is 32 metres…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Our Bordeaux 56 Build in Sydney

This design is beautiful! Thanks for sharing, I'll be following :)
I'm curious about how you laid out the additional master bed for your parents, as I…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Thanks so much for this information. I've booked an appointment with a Masterton consultant next week. Hope to hear some good news regarding what we can build on the land.…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi tolgz that sounds great! I presume your second building is granny flat?
From what I've read and understood, the second dwelling on land…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Thanks for your reply IamSAM
We are looking to build a two storey 5 bedroom home, that has a separate guest bedroom downstairs and…

3 months3 monthsCookyCooky posted:
Building at Bardia - New Breeze

Hi Everyone,
I'm so glad you're all here! I've read through this entire thread, and your advice and input has been so invaluable.
My husband and I put down a…

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