- Cathy Watts

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A striking facade with feature cladding and exposed aggregate hints at the luxury and quality to be found inside the two-storey, four-bedroom Shorehaven.

Rosmond Homes director Ross Torre said the home showcased the innovative talents within the company while providing an inspiring, spacious and functional layout.

“This is a design for someone who is looking for a home of distinction,” Mr
Torre said.

“Being a stand-out elevation in any streetscape, the Shorehaven is designed to
suit Perth’s most prestigious suburbs.

“The presence of this home, with its ingenious elevation, will entice those who love functional and contemporary homes.

“When they walk through the front door they will be pleasantly overwhelmed with
features that carefully blend into a very functional design.

“It has been designed for family living, young or old.”

The home was a finalist in the Master Builders Housing Excellence Awards, which Mr Torre said was a reflection of the outstanding quality of workmanship.

Upon entry you walk under a void and bridge towards an open-tread staircase with
frameless balustrading and a stainless-steel handrail.

The main suite has a stunning ensuite and there is also a study at the front of the home.

The theatre room has been thoughtfully placed so it adjoins the living areas, enabling it to double as an activity room.

The open-plan living area consists of a sleek, glass-finished kitchen, the family and dining spaces and an expansive alfresco area, all seamlessly linked.

The kitchen benchtops are Caesarstone, as are the bathroom and laundry

There is ample storage space and an island bench breakfast bar.

The second floor has everything children could need.

There are three bedrooms and additional activity and computer zones.

The Shorehaven requires a frontage of 17m, has a living area of 321sqm and a total area of 424sqm.

The home is open by appointment.

Contact details:
Rosmond Homes, 9440 6644