PLENTY OF SPACE FOR FAM­I­LIES

GEN­ER­OUS LIV­ING A DRAW­CARD

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Big homes with small prices; that’s what Claren­don Homes’ New­port dis­play cen­tre boasts, says Claren­don Homes Queens­land mar­ket­ing man­ager Glenn Kennedy.

Along­side one of their more pop­u­lar sin­gle­storey homes, the dis­play cen­tre fea­tures one of Claren­don’s sig­na­ture two-storey homes – the Bay­side 39, which of­fers a gen­er­ous area com­bin­ing the fam­ily, kitchen, meals and out­door liv­ing spa­ces.

“There’s plenty of breath­ing space to en­ter­tain the big­gest of fam­i­lies in the 362.90sq m, two-storey Bay­side 39,” Mr Kennedy said.

“A re­laxed home life is made much eas­ier in this home with large liv­ing spa­ces for the whole fam­ily to spread out, and there are four liv­ing ar­eas in to­tal.

“But it’s the smaller de­tails that truly as­sist in cre­at­ing an easy life, such as di­rect ac­cess from the garage to the walk-in pantry for easy un­load­ing of the gro­ceries from the car.”

De­signed to suit 14m lot widths, and with the op­tion of a self-con­tained home within this home, Mr Kennedy said the Bay­side 39 of­fered a smart de­sign that gave peo­ple more time to do bet­ter things.

“And next door is the beau­ti­fully ap­pointed 245.54sq m Dar­ley 26 sin­gle-storey de­sign; with its three sep­a­rate liv­ing ar­eas and four gen­er­ous bed­rooms, this home is per­fectly suited to young fam­i­lies who need some more room to grow,” he said.

The chil­dren have a cor­ner of the home, with a play area off their bed­rooms.

“The ded­i­cated theatre room is per­fect for movie nights and keep­ing the rest of your home TV-free,” Mr Kennedy said. “And the main bed­room is lo­cated to the front of the home, for pri­vacy and seclu­sion.”

He said the Bay­side 39 op­tion was priced from $320,450 and the Dar­ley 26 de­sign avail­able from $213,900, with these prices based on Ruby stan­dard in­clu­sions on registered land.

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