European-designed home has plenty of 'wow' factor
THIS stunning, European-designed display home clearly exhibits the 'wow' factor.
From start to finish the CCF Homes new display home at Boyne Island's Riverstone Rise, 12 Tulipwood Crt, took just four months to complete.
CCF Homes manager Tracy Christensen said there were many unique features throughout the home.
The exquisite entry ceilings to the French and bi-fold doors out to the pergola are the most admirable features that anyone could ask for in a modern, affordable home, Mrs Christensen said.
"It's an entertainer's dream."
And with a spacious barbecue area and relaxed environment, the house certainly lives up to Mrs Christensen's observation.
The outside entertainment area has been furnished with a cosy lounge, creating a relaxed and yet sophisticated dining area.
The outside wood-work and inside light features are some of the most attractive elements in the home and the kitchen itself.
And a white, classy finish gives the home that inviting touch.
"We have used warm hues and inviting neutrals," Mrs Christensen said, in relation to the interior colours, selected to engage and welcome those who step into the open-living home.
She said colourful accessories, stylish and modern artwork, fascinating floor rugs and special dining room décor made up the best interior design features.
These features complement the house design and make the home one for the property wish-list.
"This home will suit anyone from a first-home buyer to families and retired couples as it has been designed for easy, enjoyable living," Mrs Christensen said.
The house is definitely worth viewing and is open Saturday to Tuesday from 10am-3pm for those who wish to get their own impression.