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Fea­tur­ing in­no­va­tive zon­ing between liv­ing, en­ter­tain­ing and sleep­ing quar­ters, the Ban­non from Aus­build is a grand dou­ble­storey house of­fer­ing a seam­less in­door-toout­door tran­si­tion.

It’s just one of the many new dou­ble storey de­signs in Aus­build’s lat­est Re­fined Liv­ing Col­lec­tion, and boasts an im­pres­sive 316sq m floor­plan.

Aus­build man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Matthew Bell said the Ban­non ( also fea­tured on page 13) was suited to fam­i­lies.

“With a grand main suite, but­ler’s pantry, down­stairs me­dia room, up­stairs re­treat, and plenty of stor­age so­lu­tions spread over two lev­els, the Ban­non has room for the whole fam­ily and the or­gan­ised chaos that comes with it,” he said.

“Fam­i­lies can switch the fifth bed­room to be a com­plete down­stairs guest suite, ex­tend the main walk-in wardrobe, or even re­con­fig­ure the whole first floor – all with the use of Home Op­tions.

“And if you’re af­ter a fa­cade with the time­less Hamp­tons style, or a more con­tem­po­rary style, the Ban­non of­fers choice with six on-trend fa­cade op­tions.” Mr Bell said the choices didn’t stop there. “With land avail­able across five Aus­build com­mu­ni­ties through­out the greater Bris­bane re­gion, peo­ple can choose the per­fect block in a lo­ca­tion to suit them and their life­style,” he said. “And if you al­ready have a block of land in mind, you can build on that too.

“We know ev­ery fam­ily is dif­fer­ent, but the Ban­non re­ally is the per­fect, large fam­ily home – you can en­ter­tain your guests with ease, en­joy a dis­tinct sep­a­ra­tion of space, or chill out to­gether in com­fort.

“Start­ing from a price point of $309,990, this highly de­sir­able and beau­ti­ful home will cer­tainly make your neigh­bours en­vi­ous.”

Aus­build have dis­plays lo­cated in Al­ti­tude Es­tate at Thorn­lands, Tree­line Es­tate at Doolan­della, and Cape­stone Es­tate at Mango Hill, or view the de­sign col­lec­tion on­line.

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