Family comes first
Residential Building WA has chanelled its experience in building double storey family homes into the design of the 2019 Telethon Home, creating an oasis for the whole family.
A mix of modern open-plan living and traditional private spaces, this year’s home delivers the right balance of family and personal space.
The family that will call the 2019 Telethon Home their own will make a statement on their street with a bold elevation incorporating strong modern elements that are freshened by soft Scyon cladding and feature face brick, both staples in classic Residential Building WA designs.
The light and fresh kitchen, dining and living areas create the perfect hub for family activity and entertaining.
Slide open the doors at either side of the family room to bring the outdoors in. Towards the back of the abode, a large alfresco connects the kids’ activity area to the family space. Summer nights can be spent cooking on the built-in barbecue in the central alfresco nestled in between the lounge, hallway and living.
“Creating central spaces that the family can enjoy together whilst also having a private oasis is an outstanding feature of this year’s home,” New Level Homes General Manager Jim Ilias said.
“All living areas have direct access to the courtyards, increasing the flow of natural elements into the home.”
Children can enjoy their own sanctuary at the rear of the home.
Three bedrooms line the hallway, along with a bathroom and separate powder room. An activity room that can grow with your family, ideal for a child’s playroom or study, is flooded with light from the sliding doors to the alfresco area.
A private treetop view is the focal point of the master suite upstairs. Start your mornings by walking out a quiet balcony to enjoy your cup of coffee. Indulge in your beauty routine in the luxurious ensuite featuring a dressing vanity and freestanding bath.
Residential Building is part of the JWH Group, which has built the metropolitan Telethon Home for the past 13 years.
The 2019 Telethon Home goes under the hammer at 11 am on Sunday, October 27.
View original article published on The West
21 Aug 2019