The Bay’s smart design makes it suited to everyday living, spoiling buyers with secluded spaces for moments of peace and quiet and sprawling central areas to bring the whole family together.
Impressions The Home Builder General Manager Rhys Watters said the display in Golden Bay was designed with its coastal location in mind.
“Drawing inspiration from the easy-going coastal lifestyle of its surrounding region, the aim was to create a functional space which makes it easy to relax and entertain,” he said.
The design’s 30m depth creates a sweeping living, dining and kitchen space that spills out to the well-sized alfresco for outdoor living, while back inside a double-sided fireplace exudes style and warmth.
“The kitchen delivers both form and function with premium European Smeg appliances, stylish Essastone benchtops with waterfall ends and soft close doors and drawers in a gloss finish,” Mr Watters said.
“An adjoining scullery makes it easy to tuck away those dishes when entertaining guests and features a servery window over the outdoor barbecue area.
“A tiled fireplace is the showpiece of the living area and features the same tiling seen on the front elevation, creating a sense of continuity.”
The 237sqm design features room for a theatre sitting just off the main living quarters providing a cosy retreat.
The impressive home is sharply priced with versions starting from $188,628, which includes a luxurious master bedroom to spoil parents.
The master retreat at the front of the home features a hotel-inspired ensuite with his and her basins, a walk-in robe and is well separated from the two kids’ bedrooms at the other end of the home.
Tucked away from the alfresco and the activity area in the central living zones is the minor sleeping quarters in their own private wing with built-in robes and a central bathroom.
“Delivering a comfortable lifestyle on a 12.5m-wide lot, The Bay is perfect for homebuyers in search of a unique home design with stylish finishes as well as downsizers looking for attainable luxury,” Mr Watters said.
A contemporary exterior creates a stylish street presence with bold materials, a skillion roof line and space for a double garage.
“The front elevation is influenced by modern design with dramatic weathered steel detail and an angled roofline balanced by the understated tones of the tiling and render, creating a look which is unique and appealing,” Mr Watters said.
The Bay is open Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm, Saturdays from 1-5pm and Sundays from 12-5pm.
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