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  • Address: 41 Grant Street, Alexandra
  • Phone: (03) 5772 2750
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DESIGNS THAT EXCEED EXPECTATIONS

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME

Specialising in custom-built homes in north-east Victoria, Hedger Constructions is known for its ability to present clients with a full design package, from initial planning through to the completion of their dream home. The company prides itself on its positive client relationships, attention to detail and ability to go the extra distance in providing the latest features and products.

For this first project, Hedger Constructions constructed a high-end contemporary home that received the award for Best Custom Home in the $800,000 – $1million category at the 2016 Master Builders Association of Victoria (MBAV) Regional Building awards. The owners wanted a home that would showcase Marysville’s rolling hills and lush green landscape, while embracing a striking external appearance and stylish interior, without compromising on functionality.

Featuring heated polished concrete floors, outstanding cabinetry, commercial-grade windows and distinctive Corten cladding, every aspect of the home has been completed to exacting standards. The distinctive design is reflective of the prestige corner block. While a steel portal frame sped up the construction process, attention to detail remained at the forefront of the company’s approach. From start to finish, Hedger Constructions collaborated with the owners to ensure the completed home exceeded their expectations.

By embracing its magnificent riverside setting, this expansive home epitomises modern living. Externally, the distinctive roofline links the rear of the building to the embankment and then draws the eye to the picturesque river views.

The celestial and full-height windows allow ample light to penetrate the internal open-plan living area, enhancing the view from all rooms. A combination of beautiful ironbark and blackbutt timber, sandstone paving and render also tie the building to its surrounds. This provides a new experience around every corner, culminating in the magnificent alfresco entertaining area.

Internally the house is zoned to allow guests access to the fully-tiled and luxuriously fitted bathrooms, while the owner’s area includes an ensuite with a freestanding bath and large flagstone-style tiling. The living room features an open fireplace and links with a magnificently appointed two-pack kitchen via a stone waterfall end island bar. The kitchen opens onto the outdoor area, which takes full advantage of the home’s incredible setting.

For this next project in Thornton, Hedger Constructions was presented a challenge by the owners: to construct a statement home befitting of the locale, that would suit their semi-retirement lifestyle. This included the running of a working farm, as well as continuing components of their existing business life, to create a home that would complement the natural surroundings.

Working closely with the owners, Hedger Constructions completed a project that not only uses sustainable materials and boasts an excellent finish, but that pays tribute to innovative design and use of fixtures.

The home has been designed to allow for clearly designated zones, from the office area with personalised layout, to the guest wing with bedrooms and an expansive bathroom. The wide hallway, with feature lighting, gallery and spotted gum cabinetry, leads visitors through to a spacious living, dining and kitchen area.

Prior to construction, a significant amount of time was spent with the owners in template design and pre-setting of fixtures. This allowed for a definitive sense of what the completed works would look like during construction and this meticulous attention to detail played a huge role in the outstanding quality of the finished project. This home also won the MBAV Best Custom Home in 2011.

For this Marysville project, the clients wanted a statement home that would reflect the town’s unique atmosphere and geography. The house is used as a retreat for the busy Melbourne owners, and is used as a bed and breakfast for guests. The family-friendly house has a recreation area, which includes a fireman’s pole, climbing wall and in-ground trampoline. The multi-purpose room can also be utilised as a yoga area for guests.

Full-height internal doors and raked ceilings add light and space, and the scraped oak timber floor is a stunning addition. The zoned climate-controlled heating and cooling system means year-round comfort is assured. This is a beautifully finished home that combines luxury with functionality and reflects a design that will stand the test of time.

The home was also planned with sustainability and energy-efficiency in mind, with recycled materials subtly incorporated throughout. An 8.4-star energy rating was achieved through the use of double-block reinforced concrete walls, extensive wall and ceiling insulation, and the complete sealing of gaps with rock wood and the thermal qualities of the rooftop soil garden. The home won the MBAV North East Best Sustainable Home for 2015. Innovative in its distinct design, the home makes excellent use of the block and maximises the setting and surrounds.

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DESIGNS THAT EXCEED EXPECTATIONS

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME

Specialising in custom-built homes in north-east Victoria, Hedger Constructions is known for its ability to present clients with a full design package, from initial planning through to the completion of their dream home. the company prides itself on its positive client relationships, attention to detail and ability to go the extra distance in providing the latest features and products.

For this Marysville project the clients wanted a statement home that would reflect a link to the town’s uniqueness within its geographical setting. the house has a dual purpose of being a retreat for the clients from their busy Melbourne life and to facilitate a bed and breakfast scenario for guests. the house is family-friendly, with a recreation area including fireman’s pole, climbing wall and in-ground trampoline. the multipurpose room can also be utilised as a yoga area for guests.

The home was also planned with sustainability and energy-efficiency in mind, with recycled materials subtly incorporated throughout. an 8.4 energy rating was achieved, which included double block reinforced concrete walls, extensive wall and ceiling insulation, complete sealing of gaps through the use of rock wood and the thermal qualities of the rooftop soil garden.the home, which recently won the MBaV north East Best sustainable Home for 2015, is innovative in its distinct design and the functional use of the block that maximised the setting and surrounds.

For this next project in thornton, Hedger Constructions was presented a challenge by the owners to construct a statement home that would suit their semi-retirement lifestyle. this included the running of a working farm, as well as continuing components of their existing business life, to create a home that complemented the natural surroundings.

Working closely with the owners, Hedger Constructions has completed a project that not only uses sustainable materials and boasts an excellent finish, but that also pays tribute to innovative design and use of fixtures.
the home has been designed to allow for clearly designated zones, from the office area with personalised layout, to the guest wing with bedrooms and an expansive bathroom. the wide hallway, with feature lighting, gallery and spotted gum cabinetry, leads visitors through to a spacious living, dining and kitchen area.

Prior to construction, a significant amount of time was spent with the owners in template design and pre-setting of fixtures. this allowed for a definitive sense of what the completed works would look like during construction and this meticulous attention to detail played a huge role in the outstanding quality of the finished project. this home also won the MBaV Best Custom Home in 2011.

Maximising the magnificent riverside setting, this expansive home epitomises modern living. Externally, the distinctive roofline links the rear of the building to the embankment and then draws the eye to the picturesque river views. the celestial and full-height windows allow ample light to penetrate the internal open-plan living areas and enhance the view from all rooms. a combination of beautiful ironbark and blackbutt timber, sandstone paving and render also tie the building to its surrounds. this provides a new experience around every corner, culminating in the magnificent alfresco entertaining area.

Internally the house is zoned to allow for guests to have access to the fully tiled and luxuriously fitted bathrooms, while the owner’s area includes an ensuite with freestanding bath and large flagstone-style tiling. the living room features an open fireplace and links with a magnificently appointed two-pack kitchen via a stone waterfall end island bar. the kitchen opens onto the outdoor area, making the most of the setting. Full-height internal doors and raked ceilings add light and space, and the scraped oak timber floor is a stunning addition. the zoned climate-controlled heating and cooling system means year-round comfort is assured. this is a beautifully finished home that combines luxury with functionality and reflects a design that will stand the test of time.

The clients of this next home were seeking a tree change, and wanted a quality home that incorporated modern design as well as blending in with the scenic outlook of the local town.

From the external approach, the home has a multi-level look and this is further accentuated by the layered roof lines. the use of render, Colorbond and cladding from the James Hardie lightweight range provides a striking contrast to the timbered hills as a backdrop. the stone and timber feature entrance provides a focal point and the black commercial windows finish off the contemporary exterior. an extensive ironbark deck with stainless balustrading and a timber handrail links the home to its surrounds.

Internally, the use of the large windows allows light to spill onto the magnificent ironbark floor in the living and kitchen areas. the modern kitchen houses a full gloss design, including a feature glass splashback and an island bench with stone waterfall ends. the design allows hosts to be fully involved in the entertaining of guests as it flows into the lounge and living areas. Grand-sized bedrooms are serviced by purpose-designed ensuites and bathrooms, featuring large tiles to create an open feel.
Given the location, fixtures and attention to finishing detail, this build has represented outstanding value for money.