Outdoor interaction is a focal point for many builders in 2017, but Ventura Homes’ The Vue Grand display in Hammond Park takes it one step further by blurring the lines between alfresco and home theatre.
While many homes place the home theatre separate of the main living areas, The Vue Grand’s media room is sunken from the open-plan kitchen/meals/living space and can be enjoyed inside or out courtesy of bi-fold windows
“The Vue Grand’s sunken media room is the perfect place to unwind and relax alone or with the family,” Ventura Homes General Manager Shane Casserly told New Homes.
“With the alternative option to enjoy this space from outside, this unique room offers bi-fold windows allowing occupants to watch TV from the alfresco.
“This stunning space also offers a recessed ceiling and feature LED lights to set the mood, and is close enough to the main living areas to make the space the perfect spot for movie nights with the family.”
The home is as practical as it is comfortable. A large kitchen with stone benchtops and a huge walk-in pantry provides a great space for the chef of the family to ply their trade while inviting interactivity, courtesy of a built-in breakfast bar.
Including all of the main living areas in the one space means interactivity plays a big role in the design of The Vue Grand. Mr Casserly said this was a strategic design well-suited to the entertainer or family.
“By positioning the communal living areas to the back of the home, it gives the occupants a large space to interact with each other and truly enjoy everything their home has to offer,” he said.
“The open space ensures an airy atmosphere which is perfect for the contemporary Australian family.”
Three minor bedrooms sit at the front of The Vue Grand alongside an activity room, which provides space for the kids to play separate of the main entertaining areas.
To the left of the entry is a stunning master suite, boasting a huge walk-in robe and an ensuite to match. Mr Casserly said this feature was a standout for those who came to see the display.
“This stunning space is a real oasis for any homeowner,” he said.
“Positioned within a comfortable distance of both the main living areas and the children’s wing, the master suite is able to become a sanctuary for its occupants. Featuring an open-plan layout, from the his and her walk-in robes to the elegant ensuite, this space oozes opulence and luxury.”
The classic version of the home can be built from $234,990, with the Vantage version (displayed) available from $329,990.
The Vue Grand is located at 112 Irvine Parade in Hammond Park and is open Mondays and Wednesdays 2-5pm, Saturdays and public holidays 1-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm.