Designed for Buyers with Discerning Taste
Specifically tailored for narrower blocks, Broadway Homes’ Bisset delivers abundant space and the highest quality in design. Sales and marketing manager Peter Gobetti said the home was targeted at second and third-homebuyers with discerning taste, with its versatile design suitable for families of all ages. “The display’s contemporary skillion-roof design, acrylic textured render and feature cladding, creates an imposing facade on any block,” Mr Gobetti said. Inside, the ground floor layout combines a streamlined, functional kitchen with generously proportioned living and dining areas, a separate theatre room, alfresco area and a private guest room.
A study or guest bedroom is in a separate wing to the right of the entry, where there’s also a two-door powder room with a shower, toilet and vanity unit (which could serve as an ensuite for guests) plus a two-door linen cupboard. This room is spacious and also contains walk-in storage. Opposite this zone, a boxed feature wall screens the sunken sitting room or home theatre from sight, providing the perfect backdrop for a big screen TV. This room has a cosiness that belies its size and is brightened by a corner window facing the street.
Beyond the staircase, two doors open to the main living zone, where big windows and glazed doors create seamless links to the outdoors, including a rear alfresco area. Varied ceiling heights provide additional interest overhead. “The Bisset has a modern and functional kitchen and scullery, plus a drop zone, all conveniently linked to garage access,” Mr Gobetti said. The kitchen is streamlined and sophisticated, with an uncluttered benchtop and breakfast bar alongside the dining area and two wall ovens and a five-burner gas hotplate in a parallel row of drawers and cabinets. A fixed glass panel serves as the splashback, while overhead cupboards cleverly conceal the range hood. The fridge-freezer recess is easily accessed at the front of the kitchen, framed by vertical and horizontal cupboards, and the scullery boasts a pair of pantries, more overhead cupboards and inset steel sinks.
Beyond the scullery, the drop zone has a built-in desk and drawers plus a linen cupboard while the laundry has a bench-set trough plus additional bench space. Upstairs, the main suite faces the street and is separate from the two rear minor bedrooms by a neat computer nook/office at the top of the stairs, along with a well-appointed family bathroom. The main suite is on a grand scale, with a big sleeping area, fitted dressing room and an elegant ensuite, with full-height tiling, a stone-topped double vanity unit, walk-in shower and a separate toilet. Each minor bedroom has a built-in robe with contemporary sliding doors while the family bathroom has a layout that makes best use of available floor space. The computer nook at the top of the stairs includes a built-in desk and shelves.
Versions of the home can be built from $345,951.
-The Weekend WestEnquire