New Homes Feature - The Omega

New Homes Feature - The Omega
01/11/16

As seen in The West Australian New Homes lift out on Saturday, 29th October:

Dual access to the alfresco from both the dining and family areas in the open-plan living further expands the central hub of the Omega by Impressions The Home Builder.

With bedrooms at the front and rear of the home, the kitchen, living and dining are a hub of activity connecting the entire house.

“This spacious family home feels much larger than its 238sqm of total area,” Impressions The Home Builder General Manager Michael Bartier said.

“Through the use of natural light and efficient design techniques it provides a well-balanced mix of open-plan living areas and secluded bedrooms.”

High 31-course ceilings throughout the family and dining also add to the sense of space.

Overlooking the living zone, the kitchen includes an island bench with a timber breakfast bar, Smeg 900mm stainless steel appliances and a 28-course dropped ceiling.

A large walk-in pantry and soft-close doors and drawers provide plenty of storage.

The home has been specifically designed to suit the increasingly popular 15m by 25m (375sqm) blocks.

Its front elevation includes a verandah with stunning feature timber-look tiling.

A corridor off the entrance leads to the minor bedrooms and main bathroom, which enjoy a secluded wing for peace and quiet at bedtime.

At the rear of the home, the master suite sits tranquilly on its own, featuring an elegant ensuite with double basins, a walk-in robe and a sliding door that opens out to the outdoor entertaining area.

A laundry sits next to the master suite, down a short corridor that includes a built-in linen cupboard for extra storage.

When entertaining or just looking for some quiet time, set the kids up to watch a movie in the theatre room and close the sliding doors that join it and the dining room, for some privacy.

A double garage at the front of the home provides easy access into the open-plan living, as well as the backyard.

“This home is an excellent example of an affordable family home designed to suit one of Perth’s most popular block sizes,” Mr Bartier said.

The Omega in Piara Waters is open Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm, Saturdays from 1-5pm and Sundays from 12-5pm.

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