A Starring Role for Luxury in new Blockbuster - The Weekend West NEW HOMES

A Starring Role for Luxury in new Blockbuster - The Weekend West NEW HOMES

The Sultry platinum blonde of the Art Deco 1930’s, Jean Harlow, is the latest star to join Broadway Homes’ galaxy of big names.

Reflecting the actor’s trademark style and glamour, the Harlow display home has dramatic design touches throughout. Broadway Homes sales and marketing manager Peter Gobetti said the design brief for the Harlow was for an Art Deco-inspired home of luxury proportions combined with free-flowing ease, comfort and the all-important affordability factor. “The latest and largest home in our star-studded range, the Harlow is a stunning 391sqm, double-storey home which encompasses the true feeling of luxury family living,” Mr Gobetti said. “Quality of design, fittings and building finish are out priorities and the Harlow ticks all of these boxes and more, without question”.

Visitors notice this home is well suited to a growing family, with four generous-sized bedrooms and three bathrooms and ample space for relaxed living. “The Art Deco-inspired front elevation and turn-in side garage are just a couple of the eye-catching differences to this home.” A generous portico with double glass-and-timber entry doors opens to a grand entry hall incorporating the staircase and displaying the intricate ceiling and cornice details which are featured throughout the home, adding character and grandeur. A void that extends up past the second storey has a feature recessed ceiling with light through, which is mirrored by a feature bulkhead with a light through to the media room, accessed via double doors from the entry hall. Also at the front of the home is a study, a shopper’s entry to the double garage with store, and the guest bedroom. This room has a sliding door built-in robe and a separate ensuite as well as a door to a dual-access powder room. At the back is the open-plan living area, where the 30-course ceilings continue, combining with stretches of floor-to-ceiling windows to create a sense of space and openness. The alfresco area has a build-in nook for an outdoor kitchen and connects to the living area to the living area with stacker doors, enabling the whole space to be opened up for entertaining. The kitchen, which is at the far end of the living area, has sleek high-gloss lines, a stone island bench with waterfall ends and plenty of storage with overhead cupboards, pot drawers and a triple-door pantry. There is also separate door directly from the kitchen to the alfresco area, providing a handy link for the busy cook. The main suite and two double-sized children’s bedrooms are upstairs, along with a big sitting room that could serve as an activity area for younger children. There is also a bathroom with bath and a powder room. The main suite is one in which Jean Harlow would have been quite at home, from the feature stepped entrance recess, to the space for a  chaise longue and walk-in robe. The luxuriously appointed ensuite is a marvel of black and white, with white twin basins in black cabinetry, a freestanding white bath surrounded by dark tiles, a built-in shower and a separate toilet.

The Harlow has a living area of 340sqm, a total area of 391sqm and requires a 15.6m frontage. The Harlow Ltd version is priced from$411,800, and cubist and contemporary elevations are available.