- Created on 18 February 2012
Plenty of storage — including a triple garage — will be an attractive feature for families visiting the Bathurst, by Commodore Homes in the Byford Glades estate.
There’s also plenty of room to spread out, including an activity room and a theatre; important places for growing families. “The Bathurst receives very positive reactions,” Commodore Homes’ brand manager said.
“The triple garage is a standout, perfect for a third car for families with teenagers, or for grown-up toys like boats and jetskis.” “And the activity or games room is an ideal location for a pool table or study area. It’s a very impressive home.”
The modern Australian elevation features exposed brickwork, timber, cream render and large picture windows under a covered veranda.
Good separation effectively puts living areas on one side and bedrooms on the other, allowing each zone to be closed off. This serves to limit through traffic within each area, as well as being a cost-saving issue when considering energy-efficient heating and cooling.
The main bedroom is off an entry lobby with a display recess. A family-sized home theatre is separate from the open-plan living area, which includes dining and family areas as well as the activity room.
The kitchen has a good vantage point over all the action across a long island bench/breakfast bar, and is well fitted out with a walk-in pantry. The laundry is tucked away behind the kitchen. There are three minor bedrooms.
Source: The West Australian New Homes
Page Number: 54
Publication Date: 18/02/2012
Byline: INGRID WALTHAM
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