The Rubix in New Homes


As seen in the West Australian New Homes magazine on Saturday 17th September 2016

Clients will fall in love with Perceptions’ Rubix display home for its spacious living and dining area and luxurious inclusions, such as the stylish glass wine room.
The two-storey family home is simply enormous with five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a home theatre and activity room over 282sqm of living space.

“One of the most popular features of this home is the spaciousness of the elegant living and dining area, which includes dual access to the alfresco, feature coffered ceiling and a glass wine room for an additional touch of luxury,” Perceptions General Manager Michael Bartier said.

The team behind the home designed it with a growing family in mind, ensuring there was plenty of exibility. The activity room has the ability to morph from a playroom, to family study and to a teen zone as the kids mature.

“The Rubix is different from most double-story displays in that it offers an unparalleled level of luxury and inclusions at a very competitive price point, and features a master suite complete with
an ensuite bathroom and walk-in robe, both downstairs and upstairs, providing increased exibility for family living,” Mr Bartier said.

Both bathrooms feature hobless showers with semi-frameless glass pivot door, Caroma basins and toilet and Essastone benchtops, as part of Perceptions’ luxury nishes range. The upstairs ensuite takes elegance to the next level and was a nalist in the 2016 HIA Laminex Kitchen and Bathroom Awards.

“Located in the master bedroom, this ensuite delivers plenty of space coupled with resort-style luxury,” Mr Bartier said. “It features two separate vanities with square china basins and elegant Essastone benchtops, vanity cabinets in a gloss nish and a large freestanding bath for resort- style living.” Three other double-sized bedrooms also sit upstairs, each with built-in robes.

Downstairs, the open-plan living, dining and kitchen provides plenty of room to move and entertain guests thanks to its expansion onto an alfresco, which runs the full width and includes a barbecue area. Inside, the kitchen cabinets and overhead cupboards feature a stylish gloss nish, and coupled with the contemporary splashback tiling, it just oozes class.

The two-tone island bench includes Essastone waterfall ends to create an opulent space and premium Smeg 900mm appliances that would make any chef happy. An additional scullery provides loads of extra storage space adjacent to the kitchen.

Quirky geometric shapes give the home standout street appeal and neutral colours keep it looking modern and fresh. “A combination of elegant feature tiling to the centre and side of the front elevation creates a contemporary facade that is effortlessly appealing,” Mr Bartier said.

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