EVEN on modest allotments, there's a real feeling of spaciousness that comes with Newstart's newest range of display homes thanks to intelligent zoning.
The design and construction company says its Urban Elegance design aims to meet the expectations of a design-sensitive, discerning home owner.
High, raked ceilings and expansive glass walling deliver strong first impressions and an unmistakable 'well built' feeling.
"Multiple opening roof lights in the kitchen and the orientation really adds to the feeling of flow in the design," says Newstart director Andreas Weiler.
"There's a number of interesting architectural elements to the property. There are things in the design that are a little bit different. Every home needs a 'wow' factor and the five Velux glass roof lights, three of which open via remote control, are a standout feature."
Another standout in the flesh is the kitchen which, for a smaller home, packs a lot of punch. Its dominant central location offers functionality, while a butler's pantry and integrated curved mini table offers ample storage on top of the detailed cupboards, drawers and doors.
Laid throughout the house are spotted gum floating floors with both carpet and porcelain tile insets, while the master bedroom is also fitted like a luxury suite, with a large walk-in robe and generous, glass-walled twin shower nook.
"With this home we wanted to speak to design-sensitive consumers who were buying more than just accommodation that's why the design reflects lots of thoughtful features and has a number of interesting architectural elements," says Andreas.
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