Summit South West has taken its new Capella display to brand new heights, with soaring ceilings and light open spaces receiving major applause from many new homebuyers.
According to Summit South West General Manager David Hunt, when homebuyers first step foot into the expansive display, most have to do a double take, often
surprised by the amount of space that has been achieved in the overall design.
“There is a ‘wow’ factor that is immediately seen when you come around the main entry corridor,” he said. “The rear of the home effortlessly opens up and often stops people in their tracks.”
Paying homage to the name Capella with an aim to make the heart of the home “sing”, the team at Summit South West created an elevated zone within the main living areas of the home and installed a skylight above the kitchen bench – a feature available as standard in the overall cost of the home.
“It’s all about hitting the high notes in design, and we’ve demonstrated that in the high 37-course ceiling in the dining area, the 34-course ceilings in the living and home theatre area, entry and verandah and 31-course in the kitchen and alfresco,” Mr Hunt said.
“This is the first time we have installed a skylight as standard in a Summit design, giving the home warmth, lightness and a feeling of space not seen in other designs.”
The spaciousness continues in the bedrooms, with three minor bedrooms all wrapping around a centralised activity space towards the front of the home, and an expansive master suite secluded at the rear of the home for added privacy
Each of the minor bedrooms enjoys its own built-in robe and access to a bathroom and separate toilet, while the master suite incorporates not one, but two large walk-in robes, twin vanities, an oversized double shower and big windows overlooking the backyard oasis.
The opportunities for indoor-outdoor living are certainly plentiful, with a stacking door system providing direct access from the kitchen, dining and living area to the double alfresco.
“This home is about entertaining and escapism,” Mr Hunt said. “People will feel equally at home relaxing mid-week or throwing the biggest party on the weekend.
“It’s an adaptable home that has lots of areas to escape and relax, or come together to socialise.” Needing a block of at least 450sqm in size, the Capella would be best suited to a property with a rear aspect in order to completely take advantage of the home’s stunning outlook from the kitchen, living and alfresco spaces.
Located on Waterville Road in Dunsborough, the Capella display is open for viewing Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm.
Originally published in The West Australian, New Homes lift-out on April 1st, 2017.