The very lat­est in de­sign in­no­va­tion and value for money for two-storey homes – that’s what Co­ral Homes is show­cas­ing at its new New­port dis­play cen­tre, says chief ex­ec­u­tive Steve Fo­ley.

Mr Fo­ley said the brand-new 355.77sq m Bos­ton 38 two-storey house, which suits a 14m lot width, was now on dis­play and was one of just seven new plans in the Bos­ton Se­ries, all of which of­fer two lev­els of un­par­al­leled com­fort for fam­i­lies look­ing to up­size their ac­com­mo­da­tion on 12.5m and 14m lot widths.

“There’s more than enough space in these homes for ev­ery­one in the fam­ily to re­lax alone, enjoy time to­gether or en­ter­tain vis­i­tors,” Mr Fo­ley said.

“The heart of the Bos­ton 38 is the open­plan kitchen, din­ing and fam­ily area on the lower level, com­plete with its mod­ern kitchen, win­dow splash­back and walk-in pantry, and seam­lessly con­nected to a spa­cious out­door liv­ing area.

“Along with a ded­i­cated study down­stairs, the fam­ily will be spoiled for space with two sep­a­rate liv­ing ar­eas.

“And up­stairs there are five spa­cious bed­rooms ad­join­ing a sep­a­rate ac­tiv­ity room; an ideal space for the chil­dren to call their own.”

Mr Fo­ley said the crown­ing jewel in the Bos­ton 38 was the op­u­lently ap­pointed main bed­room with its luxury en­suite and walk-in wardrobe.

“The Bos­ton Se­ries also comes with a se­lec­tion of four fa­cade op­tions to give your new home a sense of street ap­peal,” he said. “Ad­di­tion­ally, Co­ral Homes has a choice of smart plan op­tions avail­able for the Bos­ton Se­ries Homes which al­low you to tai­lor your new home to your re­quire­ments.”

The Noosa 23 MKII, de­signed to suit a 12.5m lot width and cater­ing for a re­laxed, care­free life­style, is also on dis­play.

“If you love the two homes on dis­play at New­port, the Bos­ton 38 is avail­able in Co­ral Homes’ De­signer in­clu­sions in the Bris­bane, Gold Coast and Sun­shine Coast area price list from $289,200 and the Noosa 23 MKII from $170,500.”

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