New family home features natural accents, expansive interiors, and intuitive, logical interior layouts

With a strong street presence, great flow, and attention to design detail, this Sentinel Homes showhome is made for a relaxed family lifestyle

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This Sentinel Homes showhome features a kitchen and scullery with Stellar White quartz benchtops and Snowdrift Satin cabinets, continuing the light and airy theme of the home.

Great home design is about creating a strong street presence and warm, welcoming interiors. However, it’s also about creating a design that supports your family lifestyle with an easy, logical flow and day-to-day comfort.This Twin Parks, Papakura showhome by Sentinel Homes ticks these boxes perfectly. 

The award-winning company’s franchisee Barney Culloty says the home has a stand-out presence in the street, with its large picture windows and balanced proportions, while rich cedar accent cladding and schist pillars set off the entry.

“Inside, you’re struck by the abundance of natural light flooding into the open-plan living and dining areas,” Culloty says. “Oak floors run throughout the public spaces with wallpaper featured in the living areas. The raised ceiling is enhanced by a light colour palette – adding to the roomy ambience that feels larger than the home’s spatially effective 182m² footprint.

”Features of the Auckland showhome include a modern galley kitchen with separate scullery. This blends with the home’s expansive living and dining areas, which in turn lead directly out onto the generous hardwood timber decking. Towards the rear of the house, the master bedroom and understated yet upmarket ensuite provide the perfect retreat for the parents. Three other bedrooms are conveniently located at the front of the double-garage home and are served by the main bathroom. There’s also a study nook complete with built-in bookshelf storage set within the main living space.

For further details, contact Sentinel Homes, email: kathy@sentinelhomes.co.nz. Alternatively head online: www.sentinelhomes.co.nz

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May 07, 2018

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