- Created on 14 July 2011
The facade of the Le Mans display by Commodore Homes features combined face brick, render and timber with a wide timberline porch creating a modern streetscape.
The entry is through double doors into a spacious hall which has an elevated recess in the ceiling. The family bedroom wing is virtually independent of the rest of the house. It is accessed from the main entry hall through its own activity area, which is surrounded by three bedrooms and a central bathroom.
There can be no complaints about storage here. Not only is there a spacious luxury gourmet kitchen with a huge walk-in pantry but also a scullery and then a laundry off the scullery, with a walk-in linen cupboard even bigger than the pantry.
And all three areas have their own sinks and all have storage cupboards. The kitchen sink is placed under the window so there is a view to the garden when dealing with the drudge of washing up or preparing food.
This window also doubles as a servery to the alfresco area from the kitchen. The island bench has a double sink and plenty of clear space for food preparation. The Technika stainless-steel appliances include a 900mm gas hotplate and under-bench oven and there is a glass canopy range hood.
All the family living areas are placed across the rear of the home including the home theatre. There are sliding doors opening from the living room on to the alfresco area. The open-plan living area has high ceilings throughout.
The main suite is also accessed off the front entry hall, only this is on the opposite side of the house behind the double garage. In fact, you can access the suite directly from the garage as well as the entry hall.
Source: The West Australian New Homes
Page Number: 6
Publication Date: 14/07/2011
Byline: DENNIS LINGANE
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