Gibson living on a grand scale

February 2020 In General News

Looking for style, space and flexibility on a grand scale? Dennis Family Homes’ Gibson 403 has it all!

Thoughtfully designed with liveability at the forefront, the stunning new double storey Gibson includes up to five bedrooms, making it the perfect solution for growing or extended families.

 “The Gibson has been designed to respond to the needs of growing families, and the trend towards multi-generational living” explains National Design Manager, Kelvyn Rowley.

Covering a generous 40 squares and incorporating an extended double garage, the Gibson can be constructed on lot widths of 14 metres or more and is available in eight façade options. But it is the flexible layout options that make the Gibson so appealing to those wanting bespoke living solutions.

“This home offers so many choices – a full guest suite or study downstairs, storage, powder room and ensuite options, and four different pantry options, including a full butler’s pantry complete with cooktop, rangehood, sink and provision for a dishwasher,” Mr Rowley continues.

The options enhance a design already laden with slick storage concepts and luxurious living spaces, created to make entertaining family and friends a delight.

“Another highlight of the design is the generous master suite/parent’s retreat, cleverly positioned upstairs at the rear of the home, which features an ensuite and walk in robe plus a private balcony to take in any views or your beautiful backyard,” says Mr Rowley.

Another three large bedrooms on the same floor provide the opportunity for children to be close yet separated from the parents’ retreat.

Currently under construction at The Maples estate in Greenvale, to be available for viewing later in 2020, the Gibson 403 is one of three new additions to Dennis Family Homes’ premium ‘Inspiration’ series of homes that elegantly combine living, style and luxury.

Further information is available by calling 1800 Dennis, online at or in person at all Dennis Family Homes display centres.

Image: Gibson 403 Tempo facade.

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