Commodore Homes’ newest display in Honeywood Estate in Wandi offers a whole lot of living space for busy families.
“This four bedroom, two bathroom home caters for the full spectrum of activities and the needs of a growing family — from those with small children to those with teens. From rest and relaxation to study and socialising, this home has a range of options for to suit everyone’s needs,” said Commodore Homes brand manager.
A contemporary elevation with stone clad feature walls and optional planter boxes offers a striking façade. Once guests enter via a covered porch, they are led into a stunning entry hall which is highlighted by a feature plinth – an ideal display area.
The parents retreat or ‘quiet’ areas are located towards the front of the house, off the entry hall. The master bedroom is brightened by a large picture window which overlooks a planter box and the front of the home.
There’s a spacious walk in robe, a feature recess for a reading chair or chest of drawers, and a large ensuite with double vanity, including a double sized shower and a bench top finished in luxurious Laminex.
The home theatre is also located off this entry, an ideal retreat for a family night in. At the end of the hall is a secluded activity area with an extra storage closet, the perfect place for a homework retreat or games room for the kids.
In the same wing is a second generously sized bedroom, while bedrooms three and four are located at the rear of the home, and each also includes a built in robe.
Completing this zone is the second bathroom with separate toilet and the laundry. Perfect for family meals or entertaining guests, the open plan living area blends seamlessly with the outdoors through the inclusion of feature windows and sliding doors to the covered alfresco area.
The kitchen, which comes with European inspired appliances by Technika, overlooks the family and meals area and includes a large island bench and breakfast bar. There’s a walk in pantry and plenty of storage space, and the island bench comfortably seats up to three people as an informal dining space, or just a place to pull up a seat and chat to the cook.
The Monsanto is on display at 16 Bruny Meander, Wandi.