A new development of eight exceptional townhouses is well underway in Queenstown. Located in Arthurs Point, Coronet Grove is nestled in a quiet, relaxed village occupied by nature lovers and peace-and-quiet keepers.
Coronet Peak is a 15-minute drive away, the Shotover Jet is just around the corner and there are plenty of walking and biking trails, making Coronet Grove perfect for adventure lovers.Contracted to build the fi rst stage of Coronet Grove, Brownie Construction is an accomplished and respected building company, which covers Central Otago and Canterbury. A high standard of workmanship and professionalism has seen Blueview Developments also engage the construction fi rm for stage 2, which is expected to begin in June…
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Young self employed builders are not unusual, but being just 27 and having a mega portfolio of testimonials, like James Brownie, is.
He started Brownie Homes at age 22, and now has a team of seven. He seems to turn clients into raving fans – the testimonials are so impressive it is blindingly obvious you are dealing with builders who excel with the knowhow and watertight project management skills required to succeed in this industry. The team has just completed a renovation on Dyers Pass Road. Using the original structure of the home, they staged a mega makeover, taking it from an old style 70s abode to one that looks brand new. New joinery, new cladding, re-rendering over previous brick and double glazing were part of the process, as was adding a bathroom and a new driveway with more space to park and turnaround. The property is now on the market and the vendor no doubt agrees with clients ON DYERS PASS ROADthat say, “The team are young and energetic as well as being excellent tradesmen. The site is always left clean and tidy; they take pride in their work.
They are trustworthy, well mannered and friendly. James has a very clear focus – delivering results. Our project was delivered on time, on budget.” Professionals like James Brownie make wide sweeping complaints about millennials seem absolutely absurd. Hard workers, with high standards and deep client dedication are out there. For some, the knowledge comes naturally with the passion, and this is neither about age nor a lifetime’s industry experience.“James knows what will work and what looks right. He recommended changes to our plans and we ended up with a better result.” No wonder they are up for a Master Builder Award.
JAMES KNOWS WHAT WILL WORK AND WHAT LOOKS RIGHT. HE RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO OUR PLANS AND WE ENDED UP WITH A BETTER RESULT.”
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