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Montrose Court


— When this handsome 1960s home underwent an extensive renovation, a new rear garden was needed which responded to the open style of the architecture.

The result was a design which connected the inside and out, where the living room could overlook the pool, even extending to an overflow edge, and where the interior design could flow naturally into the garden beyond.



Nixon Tulloch Fortey Architecture

— A carefully curated selection of materials gave the home a contemporary feel, with bluestone used in the front and back, softened in the rear with timber battens and small, white hydrangeas.