Nuterico is a Melbourne based, bespoke residential development and construction company, which for over a decade has been recognised for building landmark homes that respond to the unique opportunities that lie in the locations in which they are built.
Through the inspiring use of natural light, dramatic use of space, intelligent planning, consistent quality construction and meticulous selection of materials – these elements culminate in creating tailored homes in which families love to live. Homes that can become enduring emotional and financial investments for generations.
Every home is an opportunity to create something remarkable. To question conventions, to redefine benchmarks and shape homes that are thoughtfully conceived, beautifully designed, and impeccably built.
This philosophy sits at the heart of Nuterico and is one by which we are measured.

We partner with an exclusive team of architects, interior designers, landscape architects and consultants who invest their reputations with us. Proven in the depth and breadth of our experience, we lead and manage every aspect of a rigorous process – from delivering site potential, design, permit/compliance, through the completion of quality construction.

Forever uncompromising in our commitment, we create homes for those who share in our belief – that every home is an opportunity to create something remarkable.


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Over our years of operation, several projects by Nuterico have been featured in select magazines. Click below to read more.

An ingenious redesign elevates this demure Edwardian to future-facing landmark. Apart from its period facade and front rooms, everything old has become new again at this blue-chip address. Its owners engaged a commercial-industrial architect from Sydney to help transform their historically significant, yet outdated, family home.
The floor plan separates living and dining, study and kitchen from primary sleeping quarters, setting these in a split-level addition joining the main house via walkway. There is a guest room with en suite, mezzanine space with balcony and children’s living room. Concrete pillars seemingly rise from the heated pool, and walls of glass and high ceilings flood all three levels with light.

This recently completed house is one of a pair with mirror-image floor plans. They have a bold, geometric street presence in an area where a fair number of houses have been, and are being, redesigned or rebuilt.

Individually, each house embraces the strength of stone (in this case, Serpeggiante marble) and the stamina required to conquer an elevated site.

This sturdy style can be seen in the black granite slabs framing the garage and the front door at No.38a. On the upper level, vertical columns and hardwood fins complement the geometry of design as well as shade recessed windows.

All the windows are custom-made, as are the light fittings. Together, they brighten the lofty living zones in this house with 2.6 metre ceilings.

The entry sets the stage for the interplay of sun and style; light streams through the upper-storey window of the void while spotlights on a ceiling track draw the eye to the picture windows that frame the views of Trinity Grammar School’s playing fields and sporting complex. This view, of sporting ovals fringed by tall gum trees, is pleasantly pastoral.
White walls and the ash / brown marble floors make for an elegant, streamlined entry. To the left of the entry is a bedroom and a flight of carpeted stairs leading to the first floor. A frameless glass balustrade, finished with a timber handrail, enhances the flow of light in this area.

The entry continues as a passageway that becomes part of the open-plan living zone, incorporating a stylish kitchen. This open-plan space leads out to a deck and swimming pool lined by blue glass-mosaic tiles.

An island bench – fitted out with twin sinks, an integrated Miele dishwasher and space for a microwave oven – separates the kitchen zone from the family / living area.

Running parallel to the island bench is the main kitchen worktop, which has a five-burner Miele hob with a 600 millimetre oven below it. Strip lighting at the top edge of the Caesarstone splashback enhances the kitchen’s clean lines, while a large walk-in pantry provides additional working and storage space.

A deck extends the living hub of the house outdoors to the pool and lawn while three terraces lead down to the fence line. A 3000-litre water tank collects rain for this garden.
The main bedroom upstairs and its en suite also take in the view of the playing fields. This bedroom has a fitted walk-in wardrobe. The en suite has twin sinks, a stand-alone modern bathtub and frameless glass shower enclosure.

The two other upstairs bedrooms share the fine finishes seen in the rest of the house and especially the bathrooms. All three bathrooms have Serpeggiante marble floors and tiled walls, modern fittings and frameless showers.

A rumpus room, the laundry and family bathroom are also found on the first floor.
This is a house that has a relatively compact footprint but makes a big, beautiful impression with its flair and style.

Amenities (shops, banks, cafés) are close by in Macedon Square and Bulleen Plaza. Schools within a three-kilometre radius include Heidelberg Primary, Templestowe Valley Primary, Marcellin College and Yarrakeen Pre-school.

This property, built two years ago, has all the hallmarks of the generation of designers and builders who are defining the style of houses being built this decade. It is a style that shakes of the shackles of the past and moves on to the trim, compact living spaces that time-sparse families favour these days.

The pest is not forgotten, however. That reminder comes from one of the materials used prominently in this house – marble. And in this house, the marble that is used is the real McCoy.

The statuarietto marble (kitchen splachback) and bianco carrara (bathroom feature walls) are what geologists define as marble, which is limestone that has metamorphosed from pressure and heat within the Earth’s bowels. It is an old and highly valued building material.
The use of marble is a link not only to an architectural past but also to nature, as marble is a natural stone as opposed to new-age engineered stones.

You will first meet this architectural statement at the entry, which has travertine marble tiles stretching all the way to the lounge / dining zone that is in open plan with the kitchen. Above this entry is a void naturally lit by a huge picture window on the second-storey level.

Viewed from the road, this upstairs window (with fixed, timber louvres) takes up about half of the second-level frontage, giving the house a strong style statement.

The entry is the conduit to the downstairs living zone: study, bathroom and an open-plan dining / lounge that opens to a timber deck via a full wall of glass sliding doors. The kitchen, which is in open plan to the dining / lounge room, is delineated by a long (about three metres) island bench inset with twin sinks.

A walk-in pantry provides additional storage and working space in this kitchen, which has a 900 millimetre Bosch hob and 600 millimetre under-bench oven. In line with the sleek design, the cupboards and soft-close drawers have no handles to interrupt the contours.
The space in this living zone extends outdoors to a large timber deck with glass balustrades overlooking the playing fields of Trinity College. A second deck, on a lower-level terrace, houses the in-ground swimming pool, which has views of the green fields.

A flight of stairs, with glass balustrade, leads from the entry to the upstairs living zone, which has three bedrooms (including the main), the laundry, a lounge area and two bathrooms (including the en suite to the main bedroom).

This two-story house, built with a north-south orientation, has a five-star energy rating and shares a wall with its mirror-image twin next door. It is on a quiet street with family-friendly neighbours, the vendor says.

Schools nearby include Marcellin College, Heidelburg Primary, Templestowe Valley Primary and Yarraleen Preschool. Shops, including those in Macedon Square and Westfield Shoppingtown, are also nearby.

This is a neat, streamlined package with high-end finishes and chiseled good looks, close to trains as well as access to the Eastern Freeway.


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