Luxury Living Without the Luxury Price Tag

October 2020 In Uncategorized

Luxury is right up front in the newest design in Dennis Family Homes Aspirations Series, the Jansen 27. This home is a true reminder that you should never have to compromise on quality or luxury.

“A generous living room and master suite, featuring an ensuite and  two separate walk-in robes, offers flexibility to create a formal lounge or parent/adult retreat at the front of the house, setting the tone for a home that is big on features for effortless family living,” explains Mr Kelvyn Rowley, National Design Manager at Dennis Family Homes.

The inclusion of a study or home office alongside the entry completes the potential for a more formal living zone at the front of the house. “This addresses a need identified by many of our clients for a dedicated space for working or operating a business from home,” Mr Rowley continues.

Designed for larger block widths of 18m plus, the four bedroom, single-storey Jansen 27 is perfectly suited to regional areas.

It is also ideal for those who love entertaining and large gatherings that flow effortlessly between indoors and outdoors.

“The open plan kitchen is conveniently located to overlook the alfresco area,” says Mr Rowley. “Combined with the family living and dining space opening directly onto the alfresco, it is perfect for maximising the space available for entertaining.”

Three more bedrooms and the family bathroom are accessed via a hallway off the main living area, to the side and rear of the home. 

“While the bedrooms are still close, allowing some space between the master bedroom and the kids’ rooms provides greater flexibility as children grow,” Mr Rowley reveals.

“With the option of six different facades, the Jansen 27 delivers the perfect combination of simplicity, affordability and luxury,” Mr Rowley concludes. 

For further information give us a call on 1800 DENNIS, book an appointment (if you’re in Metro Melbourne) or visit your nearest display (for our regional Victoria and NSW friends).

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