Changing face of display homes
A new level of contemporary luxury living has arrived on the Gold Coast, with Metricon Homes unveiling their latest flagship show home in Sorrento
GONE are the days when display homes consist of a basic floorplan and three bedrooms.
Metricon Homes’ latest design, at Sorrento, is more mansion-like than house with luxury fittings and fixtures, a pool, theatre, wet bar and two wine fridges among its inclusions.
The Signature by Metricon collection redefines luxury with each residence designed and personalised to allow clients to reflect their own tastes and lifestyle.
Metricon’s Queensland general manager Peter Ryan said The Riviera 65 showed what could be achieved with a knockdown and rebuild rather than renovating. “With the Gold Coast having a shortage of prime vacant land, it makes sense to rebuild the home of your dreams,” he said.
The interior of the home features an open-plan kitchen with a butler’s pantry and the dining room has its own wet bar with two wine fridges.
The indoor living area opens up with bi-fold doors to an outdoor entertaining area that overlooks a pool, gazebo and waterfront. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a theatre room.
Metricon design director Adrian Popple said the bespoke design was all about luxury living, yet also provided a relaxing space to live and entertain.
Other designs in the Signature range include the Aura, Bayville, Bordeaux, Lavelle, Meridian, Modena, Somerset and La Pyrenee.