TS4 Living Lochiel Park House #3 2016

TS4 Living Lochiel Park House #3
Campbelltown 5074
Housing Type
Standalone House
House Size
Number of bedrooms
Number of bathrooms
Weber Building Services
Project Type
New Build
TS4 Living
Opening Hours

This is the third home to be developed at Lochiel Park Green Village by TS4 Living, the team behind Australia’s first designed and built Zero Carbon House (winner of the SA Government Zero Carbon Challenge) and demonstrates what is possible on a small suburban site of only 375 square meters.

Paul and Brett, designers of the Zero Carbon House will be at Lochiel Park all day to answer any questions you might have about TS4 Living homes along with builder Neville Webber of Weber Building Services.

The home sets a high standard for sustainable design and construction achieving a home energy rating of 7.6 Stars without compromising contemporary style. Winter sun falling on the thermal mass concrete floor provides passive heating and two storey voids between the floors combined with electrically operable high level windows increase the effectiveness of natural ventilation. The 242 square meter two storey house (including garage) celebrates open plan living with three bedrooms, the main bedroom with en-suite and a balcony with views over Lochiel Park. Outside there are two separate alfresco dining areas, one with retractable shading to extend the living space outdoors.

Design features include a highly insulated wall construction based upon experience gained from the Zero Carbon House and further developed to be a cost effective and adaptable alternative to typical wall constructions whilst retaining conventional timber framing. Double glazed uPVC windows are used throughout and a small multi-head split system air conditioning unit is used for heating and cooling along with a heat pump hot water system supplied by a 4.2kW solar PV array.

Blower door testing and thermography were carried out prior handing the keys to the owners. The results were excellent with no noticeable breaks in the insulation and an air tightness that is 6 times better than a typical new construction.

TS4 Living work with a wonderful team of like minded trades and professionals to achieve homes like this.



Event: Walking Tour – Lochiel Park, SA

Event: Information Evening – Creating a Climate Responsive Home



Cost estimate of sustainable home/features
Energy rating type
Nationwide Housing Energy Rating Scheme, AccuRate
Energy rating
Universal Design Features
Disability access
Adaptive design
Building Type
Lightweight construction
Insulated panels
Recycled and reused
Sustainable materials
Recycled aggregate low-carbon concrete, plantation-grown timber frame
Healthy home materials
Low VOC paint and non-allergenic insulations
Windows and Doors
Double glazing
Argon Filled, Tilt and Turn electrically operable windows
Window/door materials and coverings
Adustable Shading
Renewable energy
Solar PV grid connect
Water heating
Hot water heat pump
Passive heating cooling
Cross ventilation
Thermal chimney
Void between floors to assist convection
Active heating cooling
Heat pump
Ceiling fans
Type: Plasterboard ceiling with fibreglass batts,
Rating: R6.0
Internal and external walls
Type: 90mm timber frame + 50mm extruded rigid insulation,
Rating: Internal R2.0 and external R5.1
Fibreglass blanket with sisalation under roof sheets
Water harvesting and water saving
Above ground storage
Type: Slimline Tanks,
Size: 5000L
Stormwater management
Low flow shower heads
Low flow taps
Energy efficiency
Efficient lighting
Draught proofing
Efficient appliances
Energy monitoring
Smart home features
Drip irrigation
Water wise plants
Community garden
Native plants
Council property located in:
Campbelltown City Council
Sustainability organisations:
Connected to gas?