This stunning four-bedroom, two-bathroom home by Summit South West hits all the high notes and has been met with applause from many a prospective homebuyer.
Turning heads with the use of colour and sophisticated materials, and singing with luscious features such as stone benchtops, soaring ceilings and a massive skylight above the kitchen; the Capella delivers the wow factor within every square inch.
According to Summit South West general manager David Hunt, the Capella was design to be a home that provides equal parts escapism and entertainment.
"It's a design you can't wait to come home to." David says,
"Those buyers with families that value private time as well as socialising will love this design."
Height is a major feature of this home with a 37-course ceiling in the dining area, 34-course ceilings in the entry, verandah, living and home theatre space, as well as 31-course ceilings in the kitchen and alfresco.
The overwhelming feeling of space radiates from every zone of the house, accentuated by the large amount of natural light beaming through the windows and stunning skylight in the kitchen, which comes as standard with this design.
"We have built this display overlooking a golf course, and it provides a massive open sense of space," David says.
"What is great about this display is you don't need to stand outside to feel the impact. You feel a huge sense of space the minute you enter the home, and in the rear in particular."
At the front of the home, the three minor bedrooms have been cleverly segregated from the hustle and bustle of the lively entertaining zone.
Gently wrapping around a centralised activity space, each bedroom benefits from a built-in robe and the use of a well-appointed bathroom and separate toilet.
At the rear of the home the master suite resembles a private sanctuary reminiscent of a five-star resort.
"It has a private entrance, two huge walk-in robes and a large ensuite with double vanities and a double-sized shower," David says.
"It offers a great refuge for those parents that value privacy with older children living at home."
Originally published in The Sunday Times, HOME lift-out on April 9th, 2017.