Resort Residence. Published at Wednesday, January 25th 2017, 14:59:13 PM by Nynette Lesage.
Welcome to a three level homes of Hans House that located in Aberfeldie, Victoria, Australia. This beautiful contemporary house is designed by M.O.D.O. Hans House is standing on 3,767 square foot area. This three-level house looks unique with rectangular first level home shape and cubical home shape for the second and the third levels. Look at to the first picture where you can see lattice wooden walls for the cubical home shape and stucco brick walls for the first layer.
The green color accent on the windows make the home looks stylish from afar. You also will love to see the dining area that becomes separated with the main home building. It has private dining area with wide sliding door as the room separator between indoor and outdoor area. The exterior design shows you a modern house three levels in style. Now, after you see the exterior side of the house, you will find a beautiful interior design inside the house.
You will love to see wooden deck that welcoming you at the side of the home. You also can find outdoor breakfast corner that looks comfort at the deck area. Step inside and you will see contemporary interior plan with comfort atmosphere throughout the whole room in this house. It looks nice to see smooth wooden floors around the house. You also can see wooden siding ceiling that looks good combines with stucco brick walls.
This house shows you a minimalist modern kitchen room in white also black colors combination. Go to the bathroom and you will find two stylish bathrooms design in green and yellow color shades. The bathroom area is using tile flooring material and tile walls. You also can see floating sink design in modern style. Hans House shows you a great three level home designs that you will love to see.
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