Connection made easy

Connection made easy

Featuring an understated and elegant front elevation, The Phoenix by Pindan Homes offers an innovative yet practical floor plan suitable for a range of lifestyles.

The front of the floor plan has been dedicated to a children’s wing, with the three secondary bedrooms well positioned near a versatile study area and separate bathroom.

Pindan Homes General Manager Simon Greenlaw said keeping all areas of children’s activity in the same space allowed a common area for living and a separate space for entertaining.

“Housing the rooms together enables the better use of space in key entertainment areas to the rear of the home,” he said.

“The forth bedroom can act as a guest suite, as it’s located close to amenities but to the north of the home, which adds extra privacy should you need it.”

The master suite is separated from the secondary bedrooms to allow it more privacy, with the expansive space forming a private haven.

“It is beautifully proportioned, with a large bedroom, expansive walk-in robe and stunning ensuite with double basins, shower recess and separate toilet,” Mr Greenlaw said.

“It is the perfect retreat to hideaway in.”

The master suite is positioned towards the front of the home, keeping it away from the designated entertainment hub at the rear.

This hub spans the full width of the home and includes the kitchen, living and dining areas in an open-plan setting, as well as a separate cinema that connects with the rest of the spaces through a feature viewing window to allow easy supervision from the main living areas.

Windows are a key facet of the overall entertainment hub, with the majority of the rear wall taken up by glass, allowing natural light to flood the area.

“The real star of the show is the entertaining hub with uninterrupted views of the alfresco and backyard/outdoor entertaining quarters, showcasing the success of integrated indoor/outdoor floor plans,” Mr Greenlaw said.

Within the kitchen a freestanding Smeg oven takes pride of place, which, coupled with the glass and stainless steel rangehood, feature hexagonal splashback tiles and stone benchtops, creates a space the whole family will enjoy cooking in.

“The kitchen is situated between the living and dining areas and overlooks the adjoining alfresco, making it the real heart of the home,” Mr Greenlaw said.

“With an island bench doubling as a breakfast bar and entertainment buffet, you can be entertaining guests no matter where they are.”

The Phoenix comes in a range of floor plans and specification levels – Display, Aspire and Lifestyle.

The home is on display at Baldivis and is open for viewing by appointment only.

Source: The West Australian