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    Provincial Project H0417 Inspired by the Ascot


    A magnificent family home located in the serene suburb of Chatswood in the Lower North Shore of Sydney combines the elegance of the provincial style with a flawless dual-level design that prioritises family living. This north-facing home on a beautifully level 803 sqm block features a double height entry that leads to substantial interiors with 2.9m high ceilings (ground floor) and engineered flooring. Three distinct living zones promote a calming way of life with spaces for children to retreat and adults to entertain in. 

    A seamless design flows throughout the home with clever solutions in the butler's pantry and walk-in pantries, custom study and dressing table in the walk-in robe.

    The outdoor covered terrace seamlessly blends with the indoor space, creating an open and airy feel, and the outdoor kitchen, mineral pool, and waterfall provide a peaceful and rejuvenating escape.


    Custom Features

    • Substantial media room

    • Stone island kitchen with SMEG and Miele appliances

    • Ground level 5th bedroom or guest suite with adjoining bathroom

    • Two bedrooms share a very stylish Jack and Jill bathroom

    • Luxury master with custom walk-in robes with dressing table and ensuite with freestanding bath

    • Ample storage cupboards, internal access from double garage

    • Substantial covered entertainer's terrace with outdoor kitchen with drinks fridge and barbeque

    • Superb mineral pool with a waterfall feature


    Provincial Design Guide


    The provincial style of home design originated in the French provinces of Normandy, Brittany, and Provence in the 1600s. These regional areas were known for their aristocratic style of country homes, which were characterised by their brick and stone facades, steeply pitched roofs, and arched windows. Over time, the Australian French Provincial style has evolved to incorporate the best features of these traditional design elements, resulting in beautiful street-scapes and interior design.



    Provincial Design Collection


    Embracing history can help you achieve this classic style. Traditional features like brick and stone facades, steeply pitched rooves and arched windows were popular however, the Australian French Provincial style has evolved taking the best features and creating wonderful street-scapes. The interior design is just as important to complete the style.


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