Relishing in contemporary features, an abundance of natural light and bundles of space, the Tasman Grandeur by New Generation Homes packs a punch.
New Generation Homes New Homes Design Manager Peter Wilkinson said the home presented value for money while maintaining an elevated and sophisticated look.
“It is a strong, steady home that families can grow into,” he said.
“It has a great family layout, which can be flexible and can adapt to any family’s needs.
“It is a timeless design that will hold value.”
Boasting a welcoming approach right from the kerb, the Tasman Grandeur includes an extended front portico and aluminium shutters for a taste of coastal living, while clean lines and a striking black and white palette provides a modern twist.
“The weatherproofing shutters and extended portico adds a heightened elevation for a layer of sophistication,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“The contemporary colours of the home are light and natural but, paired with a contrasting dark roof and accent features, it creates a dramatic effect.
“It also includes traditional-style Hebel mouldings, which is an innovative building material that adds character to the home.”
Mr Wilkinson said the Tasman Grandeur utilised a new and innovative building method called BrickHybrid.
“This is a combination of brickwork and steel framing, creating energy efficiencies during the build, as well as when someone is living in the new home,” he said.
Stepping through the glass-panelled large front door, you are bamboozled by an expansive foyer with 33-course ceilings and a gallery-style wall, which creates an instant statement upon arrival.
Adjacent to the front foyer is a theatre room with recessed ceilings – a cosy space any movie buff will desire.
Proceeding down the front hallway, you are instantly wowed by the open-plan area, which Mr Wilkinson said had been strategically placed.
“Having your communal spaces at the rear of the home allows you to maximise on views of your garden as much as possible and gives the impression of a much bigger alfresco space,” he said.
“When you have the windows and glass doors wrapping around your living areas, everyone is connected to the outside.”
The kitchen embraces both style and function with a fridge recess in the middle and a scullery with a built-in sink, meaning the mess can be hidden and attended to once your guests have departed.
“The kitchen has an island that can be used as a breakfast bar, a preparation zone or a grazing table when guests are around,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“As the kitchen is in the open-plan living and dining room, it means you can carry on with cooking or doing food preparation while keeping an eye on the kids or having a chat with your loved ones.
“There is also a multi-functional games room, which flows off the main living area and is next to the alfresco.
“The space can be used by both adults and kids for entertaining, or as a sunroom or library.”
Complementing the shared zones, the Tasman Grandeur boasts four roomy bedrooms and two bathrooms, with the master suite separated from the three minor bedrooms to provide the ultimate sanctuary for the heads of the home.
“When you enter the spacious, luxury master retreat through the grand double doors, it certainly feels opulent,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“The feeling of space is created with a crowning 33-course recessed ceiling,” he said.
“The master room includes a luxurious ensuite with marble-look floor tiles, a double vanity and an expansive walk-in robe.
“Three well-sized bedrooms with built-in robes are grouped to the side of the house with a bathroom at the centre, creating the children’s very own wing.”
Mr Wilkinson said the Tasman Grandeur was a stylish home packed with value and quality, opulent fixtures and features, which were set to impress.
The Tasman Grandeur is located in Lakelands and is open for viewing Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 12-5pm.
Address 11 Barracoota Loop, Lakelands
Builder New Generation Homes
Contact 6555 7548
*Price accurate at date of publication