This design will top your wish list to Santa – the San Marino
Put down the pen and wish list to Santa, discovering your dream home has become a whole lot easier.
Inspired by the spectacular San Marino at Warnervale on the Central Coast, we thought we’d share a little more detail about a design that has already become a huge hit for families looking for a spectacular home that feels like the dream destination, every day.
The San Marino is a beautiful four bedroom design from our distinctly luxurious, Stuart Everitt Portfolio. Featuring a modern contemporary theme theme and plenty of warm natural lighting, every architectural detail, lavish space and the natural flow of the design has combined to transform everyday family rituals into treasured experiences in the San Marino.
“The doors to the San Marino at Warnervale have been open for only a short time and we have already received fantastic feedback,” Michael Squires, Building and Design Consultant said.
“Families just love how the San Marino responds to the way that every member of the family lives and uses each space throughout the day.”
The San Marino captures the very essence of luxurious, modern living, a sensation very much in tune with the picturesque surrounds and relaxed culture of the Italian based country that inspired its name.
“This design truly enriches a family’s daily experiences thanks to the inclusion of generous living zones, cleverly positioned study nooks, plenty of room for the kids and guests, plus separate, tranquil, resort-inspired spaces for the parents,” Squires said.
The inclusion of a dreamy indoor / outdoor living hub further enhances the spectacular San Marino and ensures that families enjoy a lifestyle that celebrates the relationship between both your dream home and your dream location.
“Our Sales Director, Phil, who has been in the industry for over 40 years, even said that this is easily the best display home he has ever seen in his whole career. So it’s definitely worth exploring!” Squires said.
“Just make sure you come and say ‘hi’ to us on your way in.”