Balinese Inspired Pavilion Home
The Peak is a contemporary, pavilion styled home with Balinese influences that perfectly suits our tropical North Queensland climate.
With five pavilions, linked together by a central breezeway and lush landscaping, you can’t help but feel like you’re on holiday as you take in the infinity pool and spectacular city views.
This resort style home offers privacy with the living area separate to the five bedrooms. Low maintenance is a key feature of the build including internal render to the walls and no grout in the bathrooms and wet areas to minimise cleaning.
Buider: Maxa Constructions
Designer: Tony Driscoll
Build Time: 26 Weeks
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