The sequel to a popular earlier display which went by the same name, the Eclipse II by Aussie Living Homes has taken everything homebuyers loved about its predecessor and added more of what they desired.
Combining a spacious design with stylish living, The Eclipse II offers plenty throughout its floor plan, including four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a front theatre room and rear activity space for the children.
Aussie Living Homes Sales and Marketing Manager Jonathan Williams said the display recreated a favourite from the company’s catalogue.
“The first Eclipse design was one of the best sellers in its time, so we took on everything that was great in that home along with some feedback from the sales team who are out there every day talking to our customers,” he said.
“The end result was the Eclipse II.”
The display offers features above the standard, with the master bedroom a true sanctuary with its own retreat space.
“At the front of the home is a well-appointed master bedroom with its own ensuite and walk-in robe, coupled with the theatre and bar recess in close proximity,” Mr Williams said.
“This area could easily double as a nursery or private sanctuary.”
The rear of the floor plan is the dedicated children’s wing, with two of the bedrooms featuring walk-in robes for added luxury to suit a growing family.
“The inclusion of an activity room really completes this space,” Mr Williams said.
“The Eclipse II would suit a couple looking for ample room to grow, and it would definitely meet the needs of most families.”
At the heart of the home sits the free-flowing open-plan living, dining and kitchen space, with the scullery an added luxury to conceal the clutter.
“Through a great design layout, The Eclipse II successfully creates separate zones at the front and the rear of the home that enable the living areas to be the meeting point for busy and active families,” Mr Williams said.
“The kitchen has a 1200mm-high upstand that screens the kitchen from the entry and is perfectly placed to reveal a large kitchen area with scullery that has an enormous stretch of stone benchtop and preparation area.
“It’s a kitchen worthy of being the centrepiece of this home.”
The urban abode is completed by a stylish facade to suit a 15m frontage, with the theatre room influencing the exterior design.
“The inspiration for the exterior was taking the lowlight windows that we have previously used in some internal home theatres and showcasing them in the front of the home,” Mr Williams said.
“It allows for privacy whilst also having an edginess compared to other designs out there.”
Located in Baldivis, The Eclipse II is open for viewing Mondays from 2-5pm, next Wednesday April 17 from 4-7pm and Wednesdays thereafter from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm.