Feature - The Springvale

Feature - The Springvale
03/08/16

Serving as the nucleus of a stylish central hub, the outdoor area to the side of Impressions the Home Builder’s Springvale display is a distinct design element inspired by resort-style living.

The feature - a thought-provoking take on the ever-popular modern alfresco – works to blur the lines between outdoors and living room while providing plenty of natural light through double-sliding doors and windows throughout the home. “One of the most popular features is the kitchen, living and dining layout, which forms the central hub of the home, along with the alfresco located to the side of the home, accessed through the living area,” said the Impressions General Manager Michael Bartier.

“This layout serves a dual purpose of allowing us to effectively maximize the space of the lot as well as create a centralized indoor-outdoor area perfect for entertaining family and friends.”

MR Bartier said the kitchen was also well integrated with the alfresco space through convenient window placement.

“The kitchen features a dedicated server window overlooking the alfresco and masses of bench space due to its wrap-around layout,” he said.

“Premium touches such as European Smeg appliances and a laminated wine rack makes for a functional and pleasant culinary experience.”

The inclusions of the living hub at the centre of the home allows great separation between the master suite at the back and the home’s second and third bedrooms to the front.

The master suite itself is a standout, with plenty of space to move, a generous walk-in-robe and tiled ensuite complete with his and her basins and a freestanding bathtub.

“Inspired by resort style, the master bedroom includes an expansive ensuite with a double-sized shower, square china basins, premium fittings and features and a large freestanding bath for an added touch of resort-style luxury,” Mr Bartier said.

“The master suite also has a walk-in robe and artwork recess, as well as sliding doors with access to a secluded outdoor area from the ensuite.”

Coming off the dining area, the back of the home also features a spacious theatre room with whole family will enjoy.

The second and third bedrooms share a bathroom to the front of the home, with the third looking out onto the street.

The Springvale from the street is as distinctive as its distinct internal design – a factor Mr Bartier said drew the eye to Impressions’ busiest display.

“The front façade in a contemporary grey finish has a dark grey contrast render, complete with elegant feature tiling that makes this elevation unique and alluring,” he said.

The Springvale’s slender design suits a 12.5m wide lot.

Located in the St Leonards Estate, the Springvale is open Mondays and Wednesdays 2-5pm, Saturdays 1-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm.

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