Herald Sun highlights lifestyle in the Carmelle

9th January 2018

Display Homes Design

Four living spaces in the Carmelle design caught the attention of Herald Sun reporters recently who said the house was “…the perfect base for entertaining”.

According to the Herald Sun article by Natasha Perera on 13 May, the Carmelle’s style is set from the entry, as on display at the Henley World of Homes centre at Upper Point Cook.

“The clean and uncluttered look starts at the front door, where a generous-sized entry provides a direct line of sight to the open-plan living area."


“This, paired with warm-toned LED lighting and a neutral, earthy palette, creates an immediate sense of ease and comfort.”


The Herald Sun article also stated that “Feature shelving and a wall niche in the family room are other creative design elements used
to maintain a streamlined look."


With lots to see in the kitchen, reporter Natasha Perera said “The kitchen has plenty of talking points but its oversized Caesarstone island bench is perhaps the highlight that buyers will fall in love with. Additionally, the central positioning of the butler’s pantry allows easy access between kitchen storage and prep areas.”

There’s plenty more on offer in the Carmelle as on display, including:

  • Timber windows
  • 900mm SMEG appliances
  • Nikpol finishes in the kitchen and bathroom
  • Caesarstone throughout including bathrooms
  • Outdoor BBQ area with waterfall feature
  • Square set plaster finish to living areas
  • Feature glass internal doors

See the Carmelle 30 on display at our Upper Point Cook World of Homes:

8 Payson Drive, Point Cook, open daily from 11am – 5:30pm

Can't make it to Upper Point Cook? Visit the Carmelle page to see where else the home is on display. 

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