From its design concept to the architectural detail and landscaping features, this family display home has been built to create an impression
This home, the Sovereign, is the latest chapter in its creator’s evolution as a prestige home builder.
The design has evolved through incorporating Gremmo Homes’ most popular inclusions and features while striving to push the envelope of previous designs.
Gremmo Homes has been established for more than 10 years, building homes throughout the Sydney metropolitan area. During this time a number of design trends have been embraced by homeowners. Gremmo Homes has been versatile enough to develop these trends into their homes, ensuring that clients’ lifestyle requirements are catered for.The four Gremmo brothers who run the company were involved in every aspect of this home, from design conception through to landscaping and decorating. Richard Gremmo,
from the Baulkham Hills-based company, said, “We are very excited about our new Sovereign design. It combines many of our favourite elements from previous designs with a modern contemporary feel. We have worked very hard to create a modern home for the modern family.”
The new design takes advantage of passive and solar design elements, to limit the environmental impact of the building while maintaining a modern contemporary aesthetic appeal.
It includes internal and external entertaining areas, a modern cutting-edge kitchen, three contemporary bathrooms, four bedrooms, a media room, triple garage, study and formal living/dining rooms — everything a modern family might need.
Finishes in the Bella Vista display home include luxury porcelain tiles, timber flooring and a trendy aubergine theme in the kitchen.
Outside, the attention to detail continues. The garden has a lawn, patio and water features to both the front and back, and has been planned to reflect the modern contemporary style of the dwelling.
Landscape designer Grant Clement, from Defined Gardens, who worked on the garden said, “It’s a contemporary design. We tried to use all natural materials and indigenous plant species throughout. There is a lot of detail involved. It’s a quite different, symmetrical design. The external features include angular lines and sharp edges and we wanted to reflect that in the landscape design.”