North Beach house by Spadaccini Homes wins 2022 Master Builders-Bankwest Top WA Home

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Emily MoultonThe West Australian
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The winning house of the 2022 Master Builders-BankWest Top WA Home competition is located in North Beach, and was designed by Spadaccini Homes.
Camera IconThe winning house of the 2022 Master Builders-BankWest Top WA Home competition is located in North Beach, and was designed by Spadaccini Homes. Credit: JOEL BARBITTA/D-MAX PHOTOGRAPHY

Forget the stunning views of our glorious coastline and the architecturally designed spiral staircase created from a single pipe - this spectacular North Beach home has a shoe closet Carrie Bradshaw would die for.

So impressed were the judges at this year’s Master Builders-Bankwest Housing Excellence Awards by the multi-level resort-style mansion built by Spadaccini Homes they named it as the top home of 2022.

The four-bedroom five-bathroom house was designed by Shayne Le Roy and boasts a fully equipped gym area with kitchenette, pool, sauna and steam room as well as a stand-alone studio with four-car garage, living, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom facilities.

The winning home boasts glorious views of the WA coastline.
Camera IconThe winning home boasts glorious views of the WA coastline. Credit: JOEL BARBITTA/D-MAX PHOTOGRAPHY

The state-of-the-art walk in robe has been constructed within the master bedroom and its spiral staircase that was created from a single pipe features curled handrails that had been cut into it.

The North Beach house was designed by Spadaccini Homes.
Camera IconThe North Beach house was designed by Spadaccini Homes. Credit: JOEL BARBITTA/D-MAX PHOTOGRAPHY

More than 300 houses competed in 29 categories at the annual awards which aim to showcase and reward first-quality craftsmanship, commitment to building excellence and the highest professional standards.

Chief Judge Robert Shaw said the past 12 months had been tough on the industry but the entries for this year’s awards had not only “surpassed anything” they had expected but were an example of the industry’s resilience.

One of the North Beach home’s five bathrooms.
Camera IconOne of the North Beach home’s five bathrooms. Credit: JOEL BARBITTA/D-MAX PHOTOGRAPHY

Master Builders executive director John Gelavis said he was impressed by the high calibre of entries in what had been “a uniquely difficult year”.

“During such unprecedented times, we were pleased to see our members continuing to strive for excellence,” he said.

“It has been an extremely challenging year, and despite setbacks, we have seen some incredible work produced.”

The resort-style mansion won the 2022 Master Builders-BankWest Top WA Home.
Camera IconThe resort-style mansion won the 2022 Master Builders-BankWest Top WA Home. Credit: JOEL BARBITTA/D-MAX PHOTOGRAPHY

Besides taking out Top WA Home of the year, Spadaccini Homes, along with Hardrock Plastering, were also recognised as Tradesperson of the Year Winners for their work on the North Beach house.

The North Beach homes stylish kitchen.
Camera IconThe North Beach homes stylish kitchen. Credit: JOEL BARBITTA/D-MAX PHOTOGRAPHY

Adrian Zorzi took out Best Country Home, Atrium Homes won Best Display Home and Xon Construction won Best Alterations and Additions.

The eligible WA winners will compete against the best of other states and territories at the Master Builders National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales.

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