NEW - Classic Range

In designing and developing this range, our vision is to provide affordable Queenslanders to a much wider group of clients, who want a “Real Home”, far more suited to our Australian climate and lifestyle than ordinary “project homes”.
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The Georgina 246: If you love the look of the Georgina, your land has restricted frontage, and the low-set versions are just not suitable, the Georgina 246 could be just right.

The Georgina 246: If you love the look of the Georgina, your land has restricted frontage, and the low-set versions are just not suitable, the Georgina 246 could be just right.

The Burdekin 187: We first introduced the Burdekin in Brisbane about 10 years ago, as a family home with style. Since then, it has been so much in demand, that we have built it in many different regions of Queensland and New South Wales. It looks particularly magnificent, set back in rural settings.

The Burdekin 187: We first introduced the Burdekin in Brisbane about 10 years ago, as a family home with style. Since then, it has been so much in demand, that we have built it in many different regions of Queensland and New South Wales. It looks particularly magnificent, set back in rural settings.

The Diamantia 190: There is something about the twin octagonal shapes of the Diamantina's front façade that appeals to a large range of our clients. It's not just the appeal on approach to the home, but the interesting and attractive shapes it provides in the master bedroom and the lounge.

The Diamantia 190: There is something about the twin octagonal shapes of the Diamantina's front façade that appeals to a large range of our clients. It's not just the appeal on approach to the home, but the interesting and attractive shapes it provides in the master bedroom and the lounge.

The Hamilton 238: The Hamilton has always been a favourite with our home owners, who love the wonderful effect of the façade on approach. Now it is available as a substantial family home at an affordable price.

The Hamilton 238: The Hamilton has always been a favourite with our home owners, who love the wonderful effect of the façade on approach. Now it is available as a substantial family home at an affordable price.

The Dawson 201: The Dawson was first designed for narrow, inner-city Brisbane allotments and has proved very popular because of its practicality. Convenience and affordability were the guiding principles in adapting the original to suit the Classic range.

The Dawson 201: The Dawson was first designed for narrow, inner-city Brisbane allotments and has proved very popular because of its practicality. Convenience and affordability were the guiding principles in adapting the original to suit the Classic range.

The Queenslander 167: This home was one of the first that Garth Chapman designed to establish his business, way back in the 1980’s. It graces city allotments and acreage properties as family homes, as well as second homes on rural properties for workers’ families or retired parents.

The Queenslander 167: This home was one of the first that Garth Chapman designed to establish his business, way back in the 1980’s. It graces city allotments and acreage properties as family homes, as well as second homes on rural properties for workers’ families or retired parents.

The Carpentaria 178: This home perfectly features one of the most important design criteria promoted by Garth Chapman, after his years spent studying Queenslanders – the effect you get when you walk in the front door and the home opens up all the way to the rear verandah. This feature creates a surprising feeling of space in a moderately sized home.

The Carpentaria 178: This home perfectly features one of the most important design criteria promoted by Garth Chapman, after his years spent studying Queenslanders – the effect you get when you walk in the front door and the home opens up all the way to the rear verandah. This feature creates a surprising feeling of space in a moderately sized home.

The Georgina 199: The Georgina was first inspired by some original Brisbane homes, built on allotments with restricted frontages. In this Classic version, we have converted some of the original verandah into a carport as part of the structure, but still retained the rear outdoor living, close to the kitchen for entertaining.

The Georgina 199: The Georgina was first inspired by some original Brisbane homes, built on allotments with restricted frontages. In this Classic version, we have converted some of the original verandah into a carport as part of the structure, but still retained the rear outdoor living, close to the kitchen for entertaining.

The Ranger 147: If you don’t want to live in a “block box”, but think you have no choices, have a serious look at the Ranger as a truly viable, wonderfully feel-good home, to start a family or settle into retirement.

The Ranger 147: If you don’t want to live in a “block box”, but think you have no choices, have a serious look at the Ranger as a truly viable, wonderfully feel-good home, to start a family or settle into retirement.


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Hydra Contemporary Queenslander style home by Garth Chapman -

This beautiful Queenslander just won the 2012 QMBA Heritage home of the year.. *sigh* I can dream!

This beautiful Queenslander just won the 2012 QMBA Heritage home of the year.. *sigh* I can dream!

Mount Kilcoy Queenslander: located on 205 acre's of beautiful farm and bush land

Mount Kilcoy Queenslander: located on 205 acre's of beautiful farm and bush land

"The Paint job and the choice of colours makes all the difference in bringing queenslanders to life" - Glen Alo

"The Paint job and the choice of colours makes all the difference in bringing queenslanders to life" - Glen Alo

A really wonderful example of one of our homes in a beautiful setting in Camp Mountain (near Samford, Brisbane).

A really wonderful example of one of our homes in a beautiful setting in Camp Mountain (near Samford, Brisbane).

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