The San Marino home: innovative architecture at its best


In step with the desires and needs of the modern family, the San Marino home showcases innovative architecture at its very best

Explore the San Marino Executive 16 and you will soon see why this perfectly sculptured, flawlessly balanced home has attracted such acclaim. In step with the desires and needs of the modern family, this luxurious Stuart Everitt-designed home presents clever and creative yet practical architecture at its finest.

“Featuring a timeless interior theme and plenty of warm, natural light, the San Marino home boasts an unflinching eye for architectural detail, lavish indoor and outdoor spaces and an effortless flow,” says Nathan Thurston, marketing manager for McDonald Jones Homes. “The grandeur of the home is evident from the moment you step through the front door into the welcoming entry, setting the tone for the remainder of this remarkable residence.”

The children’s wing, with its spacious activity room, is at the front of the house. This space is adjoined by all three minor bedrooms and boasts a strategically located study nook. There is also a family bathroom featuring a mirrored wall behind the vanity and white shutters above the bath, and a separate powder room which can be accessed via the children’s activity room or the entry.

“Located on the other side of the home, the master suite has a dedicated entry set off by a mirrored recess. An enormous walk-in robe and ensuite flow off one side of the entry. On the other side, you step down into the unbridled luxury that is the vast master bedroom which, in turn, flows onto a private screened timber deck,” says Nathan. “The piece de resistance of this home, however, is the dazzling living/entertaining zone which lies at the rear of the property. This comprises the kitchen and the generous family/living room, which connects perfectly with the opulent dining room.”

The gourmet kitchen is the epitome of elegance, right down to the beautiful silver handles on the crisp white cabinetry. The expansive island bench boasts Caesarstone in stunning Vanilla Noir, which waterfalls down either end. The large walk-in pantry is hidden behind double glass doors, helping to maintain the clean, elegant lines of the kitchen. Each of these spaces seamlessly connects with the outdoor living zones thanks to bi-fold doors in the family and dining areas. These completely open up the rear of the residence, making this an entertainer’s dream home.

“The final space to explore is the home theatre, which comes off the dining room. It is well connected to the other entertaining zones yet they can easily be shut out so you can enjoy a movie in peace and quiet. The San Marino Executive 16 truly is a most remarkable home,” says Nathan.

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