FULL OF CREATURE COMFORTS
AS the saying goes, families that play together, stay together.
And what better place to do this than in the comfort of your own home, as owners Karen and her husband Graham can attest.
“We designed the house and built it with Ross North Homes eight years ago; they basically worked with our design and added a few ideas of their own,” Karen said.
“When we built it, we went with the open plan because we entertained a lot, so we created the games room that leads out to the alfresco area.
“Then our daughter Danika came along and it ended up working as well because I can watch her in the back yard from the kitchen.”
Boasting 203sq m of actual living space across the residence, families can rest assured every one will find a nook to call their own.
In addition, only topquality fittings and finishes have been used in the design as well, including timber flooring, sleek window treatments and plush carpet.
Past the Tuscany-inspired elevation, featuring a water fountain and lush gardens, the home opens up to reveal roomy family spaces.
At the front, off the main hallway, is the home theatre room with recessed ceiling.
Further inside is the free-flowing main living space featuring a spacious kitchen that overlooks a sunken games room with a built-in bar.
This extends out to the alfresco area under the main roof with a built-in barbecue and downlights.
A tidy stretch of lawn and a garden shed complete the picture.
All bedrooms are double sized except for the generous 20sq m master suite, which comes with his-and-hers walk-in robes and an ensuite.
The floor plan is rounded off with a private home office for busy mums and dads and the double garage with shopper’s entry, all on the 490sq m block.
Creature comforts include reverse-cycle ducted airconditioning, solar power, a smart-wired internet connection, full security screen throughout and an alarm system.
“The street is very, very quiet,” Karen said.
“There are a few young families living there now and we’re also close to a school so it’s a lovely street to live on.”