Large, walk-in cupboards and his-and-hers dressing rooms.
Energy-saving elements, such as solar panels, heat pumps, boreholes and well points.
Established vegetable and herb gardens.
Landscaped gardens with gravel pathways, little or no lawn and indigenous, water-wise plants. Decks and patios under cover. Pool covers. Open-plan living and kitchens but also separate laundries, sculleries and pantries.
Neutral palettes and natural surfaces and textures, including engineered stone, marble, granite and wood.
Wooden floors and pressed ceilings. High ceilings. Bay and sash windows; large windows and stack-back doors.
Fitted appliances with brand names, such as Smeg. A separate TV room. Fireplace. Natural wooden floors, cement floors, porcelain tiles and imported tiles.