Inspired by its coastal location, the aptly named Wave display incorporates a variety of distinctive textures into its functional design.
Designed to fit a 12.5m block, everything about this home maximises space to its fullest potential.
“It is great for homebuyers wanting to maximise the space of a narrow block with bigger bedrooms and open-plan living areas,” Impressions the Home Builder Sales Manager Rhys Watters told New Homes. “It could also suit downsizers and professionals looking for a comfortable lifestyle inspired by coastal living.”
Weathered timber-look tiling across the front gifts the home a distinctive look from the outside.
“A feature wall with Lloyd Wright bricks extends from the outside in, adding another texture to this modern facade,” Mr Watters said.
“A large corner window also acts as a great way to get more natural light in through the front.”
Once you move through the home, you will instantly be impressed with the open-plan living area, where a spacious kitchen and scullery have everything you will ever need to get cooking and creating.
“The kitchen layout includes a distinctive corner breakfast bar with a laminated upstand in a light woodgrain finish,” Mr Watters said.
“Combined with the teal colour of the cabinet work, it reinforces the laid-back coastal feel of the home.”
White Essastone benchtops wrap around into the adjoining scullery with a double-bowl sink, a fridge recess and ample shelving.
The kitchen overlooks the open-plan living and dining leading into the alfresco, with high 31-course ceilings that span the entire area.
For the king and queen of the home, prepare to fall in love with the well-appointed master bedroom. Myriad features await, including a walk-in robe and a resort-style ensuite with two separate vanities featuring square china basins and stylish mixer tapware. Channelling a resort-like vibe, the ensuite has direct access to an outdoor retreat with a freestanding bath.
The minor bedrooms aren’t so minor either, with each featuring generously sized built-in robes.
is located in Lakelands and is open for viewing on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm, Saturdays from 1-5pm and Sundays from 12-5pm.
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