The picturesque nature reserve at the Stotts Hill entrance sets the scene. A pocket park, an extensive planting zone along the southern boundary, and several smaller reserves complete the picture—the latter spaces also providing direct pedestrian and cycling links to neighbouring residential streets.
The 44 lots are planned around a loop of three beautifully landscaped, tree-lined roads that follow the rise and fall of the hillside topography. Ranging in size from 512m2 to 1,369m2, the lots are suitable for a wide range of housing types, with sites along the northern boundary offering elevated views, and those to the south ideal for split level designs.
Building on good design
Whether upgrading to a larger, architect-led house, or downsizing to a smaller, but perfectly formed low-maintenance residence, Stotts Hill is the place to bring your designs to life.
Not only because of its premier location in the suburb you know and love, but also because of the ‘Living Design Principles’ with which Pask will guide Stotts Hill’s realisation. Comprising protective covenants and objectives relating to sustainability, living and landscaping, the aim is to create a community setting of the highest quality and design integrity – while also complementing the prevailing streetscapes and built forms of the surrounding residential areas.
Putting the environment first
Sustainability is a principal consideration in every project Pask undertakes, but at Stotts Hill the imperative was that much greater.
The protection and preservation of native flora within the nature reserve was the major priority—a task that involves the careful retention of specific existing vegetation, and the replanting of key species to support biodiversity. A number of significant trees have also been retained, and will stand proudly throughout the site.
Residents can also contribute greatly to the sustainability of Stotts Hill, through environmentally conscious decision-making during the design of the home they build.