Oakleigh East house

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-'''Building name''' introductory text+The '''Oakleigh East house''' has an inspired design by one of Melbourne's leading architects which spans 4 levels. The home was built in the 1980s and was ahead of its time for sustainable features.
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-|| '''Owners''' || <name>.+|| '''Location''' || Oakleigh East, Melbourne
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|| '''Country''' || Australia || '''Country''' || Australia
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-|| '''Type''' || Sustainable renovation+|| '''Type''' || New building, circa 1980
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-|| '''House size''' || Medium, 21 squares +|| '''House size''' || Medium
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<big>'''Summary of house features''' <big>'''Summary of house features'''
* Passive solar design * Passive solar design
-* Solar panels, grid interactive and batteries+* Solar panels
-* Solar hot water+* Hydronic heating
-* Rainwater tanks+* 4 levels
-* Low power appliances, no airconditioner+* Large deck overlooking parkland
-* Double glazing+* 3 bedrooms
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-== Credits ==+== Gallery ==
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-*'''Designer''' +Image:Oakleigh east house exterior.jpg
- +Image:Oakleigh east house interior 1.jpg
-*'''Builder''' +Image:Oakleigh east house interior 2.jpg
 +</Gallery>
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The Oakleigh East house has an inspired design by one of Melbourne's leading architects which spans 4 levels. The home was built in the 1980s and was ahead of its time for sustainable features.

Location Oakleigh East, Melbourne
Country Australia
Type New building, circa 1980
House size Medium


Summary of house features

  • Passive solar design
  • Solar panels
  • Hydronic heating
  • 4 levels
  • Large deck overlooking parkland
  • 3 bedrooms


Gallery

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