Templestowe


The steep sloping block provided a few challenges for service connections, but it also created the perfect opportunity to design and build a multi-level home that takes full advantage of the bushland views and Yarra River. The project consisted of the entire design and construction process.

The grand double front door opens on to large feature windows that showcase the gum trees and give a hint of more to come. On the entry level is a double garage, home office and secondary bedrooms.

Take the timber stairs, or the lift, down to the living area, kitchen - with a large butler’s pantry - dining and master bedroom with ensuite.

Two separate outdoor decks utilise the best of the sun and connect the house to the surrounding bushland and river.

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Call us on 03 9403 0000 to speak to one of our consultants about your dream home.

Or come and chat to us at our display homes located at
74 Greythorn Road, Balwyn North
1288 Toorak Road, Camberwell

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Client Testimonial

“As a builder, I watched with interest my neighbour build their Comdain home. I was so impressed with what I witnessed, I was compelled to call Comdain and congratulate them on a job well done. Paul, the supervisor, ran a very professional ship - the site was always clean and tidy, everything looked so organised. Well done lads!”

– Andy

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Client Testimonial

“What worked particularly well for us was the communication and the approachability of Comdain. Credit must to go the Site Project Manager, he did a wonderful job.”

– Dennis & Celeste

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Talk to us

Call us on 03 9403 0000 to speak to one of our consultants about your dream home.

Or come and chat to us at our display homes located at
74 Greythorn Road, Balwyn North
1288 Toorak Road, Camberwell

Click for an obligation free consultation.

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