If first impressions are everything, then the Ritz by lives up to its name. Its eye-catching front elevation with modern feature wall instantly impresses, and hints at the quality to be found beyond the front door.
This family home features four good-sized bedrooms (all with built-in robes) and two bathrooms over a generous 234sqm.
According to Adam Strauch, sales development manager at , the Ritz is one of the company’s finest designs to date.
“In terms of a free-form,
open-plan home, the Ritz is one of our best,” Adam says. “It’s been
designed to cater for a family’s needs, with a separate home theatre and
practical open-plan kitchen, family and dining area.”
Adam says zoning plays an
important part in this home’s success, with the three family bedrooms
clearly segregated from the master suite, which is at the front of the
property alongside the home theatre.
The Ritz’s masterstroke,
however, is the generously proportioned open-plan family, dining and
kitchen area, with big corner windows and sliding doors that flood the
space with plenty of natural light.
The spacious kitchen overlooks
the family and dining areas and includes a European stainless-steel gas
hotplate, electric oven and canopy range hood, designer stainless-steel
sink and chrome flickmaster.
“The kitchen is one of our
best,” Adam says. “The angled, curved bench top is a great feature, and
allows you to look out over the family room and the dining room at the
same time. There’s also a nice big corner pantry.”
According to Adam, this home’s
real selling point is the master suite at the front of the property,
with its large walk-in robe and corner window. The ensuite is also of a
particularly high standard with a large shower, double white china
basins and white china toilet pan and cistern.
“The master bedroom is also a standout feature,” says Adam. “It’s been designed as a private retreat.”
In terms of construction, can build the Ritz to suit your style. Choose from two-course face brickwork and either a Colorbond or tiled roof.
A large, 160-litre gas storage
hot-water system with a five-star rating comes as standard, as do
aluminium powder-coated doors and window frames, fitted with flyscreens.
Optional upgrades include a
sunken home theatre, raised ceilings to the main living area, dropped
bulkhead to the kitchen and coffered ceiling to the entry.
“The Ritz is one of the most popular display homes in
range,” Adam says. “It caters for all the requirements of the modern
family because there’s so much space to work with. That’s the real point