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We're still on a high! Celebrating the 2022 Master Builders House of the Year awards

We are absolutely thrilled with our 2022 Master Builder House of the Year competition results.

Two of our country homes were entered in the Altus Window Systems new home $750k-$1million categories, each receiving a gold award and scoring in the National Top 100 where they will go on to the National finals in November.

Our Karaka Country Home won the Altus Window Systems new home $750k-$1million regional category award, and took out the Regional Supreme House of the Year award!

To say we are stoked is an understatement.  We are incredibly proud of the hard work and attention to detail our team put into our builds on a daily basis, and to be recognised at this level for these homes is so rewarding.

We would like to thank our fantastic clients who have supported our House of the Year journey, allowed us back into their homes for judging and joined us to celebrate their beautiful builds at the awards dinner on Friday night.

What the Master Builder judges had to say..

Karaka Country Home

Regional Gold. Altus Window Systems new home $750k - $1million.
Category winner. Altus Window Systems new home $750k - $1million.
Supreme House of the Year
National Top 100

The creative owners of this character-filled home wanted to replicate the feeling of the beloved original cottage that stood on the site. It’s clear they’ve achieved their goal. The result is a spacious four-bedroom home brimming with period-inspired details and one that fits seamlessly into its rural setting. A high stud and pitched ceiling in the living areas combine with Harrison Lane’s signature craftsmanship to infuse a days-gone-by aesthetic into a home that also enjoys all the benefits of the latest conveniences. Large verandahs on either side of the house capture morning and afternoon sun and provide the perfect place in which to relax and appreciate the scenery. Spanning a generous 286sqm floorplan, the layout has been designed for the practicalities of a growing family. Each of the four bedrooms, two bathrooms and powder room has been elegantly designed, and a cosy media room sits off to the side of the open-plan living area. The neutral palette is cleverly complemented with feature walls, including delightfully quirky wallpaper choices. This contemporary take on a traditional farmhouse has the best of both worlds. Romantic detailing balanced with modern elements make it a lovely place to be.


Whitford Country Home

Regional Gold. Altus Window Systems new home $750k - $1million.
National Top 100

Contemporary materials are combined skillfully in this home that sprawls over its elevated rural site. Pale tones in the vertical timber are offset with black steel roofing, creating striking contrasts amid the lush, shades-of-green surrounds. The centre of the house is a showcase of impressive proportions, with a double-height living area and 2.7m stud height elsewhere. Automated skylights and feature glass enhance the feeling of light and space. Oversized custom architraves and skirting, and decorative raked ceilings add a warm and welcoming country feel to the interior. This four-bedroom, 385sqm home is designed to bring a busy family together – and to give them plenty of their own space. Each bedroom is generous and well-appointed, and the main-bedroom suite is a private escape with country-style timber detailing and a luxurious ensuite. Entertaining spaces have been created throughout the home – open-plan living flows onto a covered deck and into a separate media lounge. Four-car garaging and an impressive workshop top off this spacious, splendid country home.


Harrison Lane Directors Scott Munro and Laura Daly with Altus Window Systems Marketing Manager Nigel Owen

Celebrating Regional Supreme House of the Year! From left to right: Petra McAlister, Lisa Jones, Sarah Marshall, James McGehan, Pavithran Pavi, David Parseth, Jacob Raphael, Phillip Guy of Harrison Lane. Owner of the winning home Cushla Sayers and Harrison Lane Directors Scott Munro and Laura Daly