Summit Homes’ two-storey display home, the Trilogy, brings refined luxury and multi-generational living together under one roof.
With two open-plan living, dining and kitchen spaces across the two levels, the home has been carefully designed for the whole family and finished to perfection with its material selection.
Summit New Homes Designer Peter Wilkinson said the design was a versatile offering for the market.
“The versatility of this home means it is perfectly suited to families with teenagers, guests or grandparents under the one roof,” he said. “It is designed for harmonious intergenerational living.”
The features don’t stop at the space provided, with the home built to capture surrounding views.
“Designed to take in views from almost every corner, the home was inspired by a luxurious penthouse,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“The home is located on the former site of Channel 7 Studios in Dianella, with stunning views to the Perth Hills.”
Inside, the ground floor is dedicated to guests and offers privacy.
“The self-contained guest suite includes an ensuite, one of the open-plan kitchen, dining and living spaces and a private verandah,” Mr Wilkinson said.
Heading upstairs reveals the second living, dining and kitchen space, which spans the width of the home and wows with beautiful Juliet windows.
“The Trilogy is a very social place to call home, with the two living spaces the focal points when entertaining friends and family,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“The innovative Juliet windows, which stretch 6m, invite the outdoors into the entertaining area.
“Soaring raked ceilings and highlight windows are additional features found throughout the living space.”
The home’s upper level also houses the luxurious master suite with a dressing room, private balcony and resort-style ensuite featuring a double vanity and freestanding bathtub to indulge the senses.
Another two double-sized bedrooms are located in a separate wing on the top level for privacy from the master suite.
“This four-bedroom, three-bathroom home caters to homebuyers seeking to build on a 15m-wide, traditional-sized lot,” Mr Wilkinson said.
The home is finished with a visually striking facade.
“The stunning front elevation of this home has a strong contemporary vision with broad features including a skillion roof, which creates a striking street presence,” Mr Wilkinson said.
Contact Summit Homes for more information.