A relative newcomer to the market, and capable of growing with a young family, New Generation Homes’ Infinite display has generated plenty of client positivity since opening in late July.
The feedback, according to New Generation Homes Sales Manager Andrew Black, has been complementary of the home’s use of space and stylish finishes.
“The Infinite is a family home that goes above and beyond in space and style,” he said.
“The cleverly zoned four-bedroom, two-bathroom home offers something for the entire family and really sets it apart from other display homes on the market.”
Offering a savvy design with an open-plan heart, spacious bedrooms and plenty of room to escape the daily grind, the Infinite is a home to live and grow in.
“The whole family will enjoy time together in the massive 10.5m-long open-plan living and dining area, seamlessly integrated with the huge paved alfresco, with both areas much larger than the other display homes on the market,” Mr Black said.
The kitchen stands out as the display’s heart and soul. Feature windows run along the outside, letting light and the greenery of the home’s flora in.
Mr Black said the kitchen had drawn plenty of comments from those who came to visit the display.
“The spacious kitchen is definitely at the heart of the home, overlooking the open-plan living and dining area and with sliding doors from both areas to seamlessly integrate the covered, paved alfresco,” he said.
“We’ve incorporated plenty of bench space into the modern galley-style design, as well as a convenient hidden scullery and an oversized pantry to satisfy the needs of a large family. The scullery connects directly to the laundry, making cleaning up after entertaining a breeze.”
The area is aesthetically appealing too. The kitchen contrast of black on timber-style cabinetry is eye-catching to say the least.
“The warm oak-look cabinetry complements the sleek stone benchtop, making the whole area inviting for both families and guests,” Mr Black said.
When it comes to relaxation, the master suite is a highlight. Offering plenty of storage room and bench-style seating along the front window, the space is adaptable to the needs of mum and dad.
Originally published in The West Australian Newspaper New Homes Guide on October 21st, 2017. To view the online version, click here.