Taking inspiration from a popular baby name of recent times, New Generation Homes has dubbed one of its latest displays The Atticus, a moniker matching the home’s individual style.
With a vision to create a 12.5m-wide design that doesn’t compromise on space, New Generation Homes has well and truly knocked this project out of the park with clever design and functional zoning.
Sales Manager Chris Hopkin said the home fulfilled the brief with a dedicated indoor and outdoor entertaining wing, plus separate retreats for the parents and children.
“It’s certainly a home that your future self will thank you for,” he said. “The Atticus maximises well-defined living areas without sacrificing space.
“We wanted to create a social home for people who love to entertain, yet still have an opportunity to completely unwind.”
Making a strong statement from the street, the home offers a clean, sophisticated exterior that can appeal to buyers with astute tastes.
“The large front window on the master suite provides light and design flair,” Mr Hopkin said. “The PrimeLine cladding above and under the window adds a subtle industrial touch and the contrasting render completes what is a very striking design statement from the street.”
The parents’ retreat is welcoming and opens up immediately off the entry.
“It is one of the biggest spaces we have in our range with a dedicated sitting area near the front window, large master suite, his and hers walk-in robes and an indulgent ensuite,” Mr Hopkins said. “Plus it offers all the privacy away from the children’s wing at the rear of the home plus the main entertainment zones.”
With the potential to double as an activity zone, a home theatre sits opposite the kitchen and adds yet another social space to the home’s wonderful interior. Couple that with a feature bar in the kitchen, and there is no shortage of prestige and functionality. The Atticus makes for a food lover’s heaven and leaves no room for disappointment, with a uniquely shaped and superbly executed kitchen.
“The C shape makes it a room in its own right, but we have cleverly flipped the design so that it overlooks the living, dining and alfresco areas meaning that it is a very social hub too,” Mr Hopkins said.
“Storage space is also maximised here with full height pantries framing the fridge/ freezer recess and additional storage in the bar.
“It is framed nicely with a new feature in our range – a bar with built-in wine rack and cabinetry for extra storage. The bar is Essastone with waterfall edges to the top, back and sides, meaning it looks seamless and adds a sense of class to an already refined design.”
This home is open Mondays 2-5pm, Wednesdays 3-5pm, Saturdays and public holidays 1-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm.