Monaco 1 211 Display Home
The Monaco 1 211 is on display in Cameron Park. This is a new design from Montgomery Homes and was born to meet the needs of clients who desired Montgomery Homes’ hallmark sloping site designs on a slightly smaller scale. This home is constructed on a split level slab to suit an uphill slope, however the design has the flexibility to also suit a level or downhill sloping site.
Entering the home through the oversized door, you will find the spacious home theatre styled with flourishes of gold and deep blue with textures of velvet and linen. Alongside the theatre room is the private master suite which is the only bedroom on this level, affording privacy from the other bedrooms.
The design on display showcases how our split slab technique creates a stylish transition from the entry level up to the open plan kitchen and living area. This technique works with the natural slope of the uphill site and preserves natural draining, airflows, and results in reduced excavation, the benefit of less steep driveways, and a more useable backyard. Which is evident in the beautiful open plan kitchen and living area the flows seamlessly to the adjoining alfresco and backyard.
The neat kitchen epitomises that good things come in small packages. It contains all the mod-cons families need – including a walk-in pantry and space for a double fridge – without encroaching on the surrounding living space.
The Monaco 1 211 exudes easy modern luxury throughout the living area and into the remaining three bedrooms each complete with their own built-in or walk-in wardrobe, there’s no shortage of storage in this considered home design.
The main bathroom is styled to complement the ensuite with the same floor-to-ceiling tiling and matt black tapware and accessories. A glossy freestanding bath balanced atop polished-concrete-look tiles lets our future home-owners imagine themselves soaking in an edgy but chic day spa within their very own home. The separate powder room is a practical addition allowing for both spaces to be used simultaneously.
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