GOODHOUSE21 2019

HOUSE NAME
GOODHOUSE21
Address
Bridgewater SA 5155
Booking required – see link below
Open
10am – 4pm
House Open Style
Guided Tours – Booking essential (address will not be listed on website)
Housing Type
Standalone House
Project Type
New Build
Designer
Goodhouse Architecture
Builder
Aztec Developments
House Size
232m2 incl double garage
Number of bedrooms
3
Number of bathrooms
2

Book your tickets here to visit GOODHOUSE21. All profits from these tickets will go to OzHarvest
This home is open for pre-booked tours only, the address will not be displayed. 

GH21 is a good example of how the site determines house design and site layout. This site is tricky due to the orientation, slope, soil type, bushfire assessment and council stormwater requirements. When on site, these issues will become obvious, as will the design solutions.

Now complete, Fiona and Nick and their kids are enjoying all the benefits of living in a sustainable home. Whilst solar access is compromised due to the site conditions, there is still plenty of winter sun finding its way into the home. Winter thermal comfort is guaranteed with hydronic underfloor heating and natural cross and stack ventilation and ceiling fans will take care of any cooling required in summer. The wastewater system is providing irrigation to the whole block and the whole house is on rain water. Fiona and Nick have decided to wait and see what sort of PV system may be required and will look at options down the track.

Designed by Goodhouse Architecture and built by Aztec Developments

Ticket information will be provided soon.

 

This house achieved a NatHERS rating of 6.3 stars using NatHERS accredited software (FirstRate5). Find out how the star ratings work on the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) website.

 

 

SUSTAINABLE FEATURES

Years Open
2019
BAL Rating
BAL – 29: Increasing levels of ember attack and ignition of debris with a heat flux of up to 29kW/m2
Roofing materials
Metal (Colorbond)
Wall materials (external and internal)
Concrete blocks
Lightweight construction (timber frame)
Timber
Window and door types
Double glazing
Window and door shading
Deciduous tree/vegetation
Recycled and reused
Excavator struck rock - now gabion walling!
Insulation - Ceiling
Type: Bulk – glass wool
Rating: R6.0
Insulation - External walls
Type: Bulk – glass wool
Rating: R4.0
Insulation - Internal walls
Type: Bulk – glass wool
Rating: R2.5
Healthy home
Airtight house design
Cross flow ventilation
Natural light and ventilation
All electric home
Yes
Water heating
Hot water heat pump
Passive heating cooling
Cross ventilation
Shading
Active heating cooling
Ceiling fans
Water harvesting and saving
Above ground rainwater storage
Type: Colorbond
Size: 69,700L
Blackwater system
Low flow shower heads
Low flow taps
Garden / Outdoors
Drip irrigation
Native plants
Waste Reduction
Recycle