REA TAYLAHD DELIVERING A TOUCH OF CLASS

Written on the 8 July 2016 by Brisbane Business News

REA TAYLAHD DELIVERING A TOUCH OF CLASS

REA Taylahd has delivered its newest masterpiece at Thornlands - a contemporary-style haven with a touch of grandeur.

An open void entrance and open-plan entertainment space throughout gives the home a luxurious feel, while still maintaining a cosy and warm essence.

Powered by a 6kW solar power system and a Stiebel Eltron Heat Pump, the economical nature of the home is only matched by its style.

REA Taylahd director Michael Mrowka is proud of his team's work on the Thornlands project.

"Major thought and planning goes into each aspect of the homes we build in order to maintain our unique design, style and quality, and 7 Nadine Crescent is no exception," says Michael.

The Thornlands home was built for a family of five, in search of their dream home.

In addition to the main home, Michael and his team delivered a massive outdoor living area with built-in music entertainment, outdoor kitchen and stylish pool.


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