The Prosecco Four 34 from Beechwood Homes is compact in width but grand in scale. This new two-storey design features four spacious bedrooms and three living areas, providing ample private and communal space for the family.
Displayed on a narrow 12.5m-wide lot at HomeWorld Warnervale on the NSW’s Central Coast, this home was built to a zero boundary adjoining the double garage and kitchen sidewalls. With an overall width of 11.07m, it is plain to see that the prosecco Four 34 is just what you need when space is at a premium.
The in-house design team at Beechwood Homes has put great thought into the interior layout and inclusions, and the chef’s kitchen is a prime example. “The superb kitchen is accompanied by an abundance of bench space, cupboards and an island bench which blends into the family and meals area,” says Tino Cavasinni, General Manager, Beechwood Homes.
“With its full-size double stacker doors and immense Grand Terrazza located off the substantial downstairs living and meals area, the Prosecco Four 34 seamlessly fuses indoor and outdoor living,” he adds. “This striking and spacious alfresco gives you the option to simply lounge about and watch the outdoor telly or cook a meal on the outdoor kitchen and then dine in comfort with family and friends.”
The downstairs split-level, five-step design, which starts with 2400mm ceilings at the entry and continues through to a 3200mm ceiling height at the lower level, gives the home real wow factor. To create interest, the kitchen boasts a dropped ceiling, giving variety to the expansive 3200mm ceiling space.
Another special feature is the private theatre room ‘hidden’ away at the front of the house. This means those using it can crank up the sound without bothering the rest of the family. “All of the four upstairs bedrooms are much larger than average,” continues Tino. “The master is fit for a king, by which we mean a king-sized bed, and includes a generous walk-in robe and ensuite. The three other bedrooms offer room for queen-size beds and boast built-in robes. The upstairs living area is complemented by a balcony where you can sit and watch the world go by.”
Beechwood Homes won Best Display Home -$350,000 to $400,000 in the keenly contested 2019 MBA NSW Excellence in Housing Awards for the stylish, two-storey Prosecco Four 34. Says Tino, “Beechwood Homes is proud to be a winner of such a prestigious and recognised industry award. We don’t build homes to win awards, but it is great recognition for the team when we do.”
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