The kitchen really is outstanding and includes an enormous island
bench with sink, a cooktop beneath a window splashback to allow for
plenty of natural light, and a substantial butler’s pantry for extra
bench space and hidden food preparation for the discerning entertainer.
“Our brief was to create something opulent, open and luxurious for the
sophisticated or well-travelled buyer,” Jacinta Evans, Metricon interior
designer, said of the home. It is also perfectly suited to the growing
Australian trend of multi-generational living.
Key features of the home
- Sculptural central staircase
- 5 bedrooms, each with their own ensuite
- Grand Master suite with two walk-in robes and huge open ensuite
- Open plan living and dining, seamlessly transitioning to outdoor living room
- Stunning entertainer’s kitchen with butler’s pantry
- Gas fireplaces
- Multiple living zones
Watch ahead as Emily Osmond from Get In My Home speaks to Metricon Design Manager, Ricky D'Alesio, about the key influences behind the design of this impressive home.