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the tranquil spirit is perfect match for WA

The tranquil spirit of the Singaporean holiday island Sentosa is called to mind by APG's latest display home, the Sentosa.

Displayed with a serene water feature off the entry deck and another off the alfresco area out the back, the home borrows from resort living to create a luxurious retreat for parents and children alike.

"The objective when building the Sentosa was to deliver a home for families who want to make the most of living in WA," Marketing Manager Matthew Dragun said.

"These three spaces combined with the feature landscaping and water features have been built into this display to inspire our customers' new-home dreams," Mr Dragun said.He said features such as the natural light which bathed the interior, the large balcony and an alfresco area complemented by an outdoor kitchen, were perfect for making the most of WA’s climate.

He said the home, with the parents' zone downstairs and the three minor bedrooms upstairs around a central activity area and balcony, had been designed with mature families in mind. 

The upstairs acted.as a "chill-out zone" for older children, while the main suite downstairs doubled as a private hideaway for parents.

Meanwhile, the vast open-plan kitchen, dining and living room - with 33-course ceilings – was the perfect space for the family to come together.

Mr Dragun said the chef's kitchen, with a scullery, picture window, feature display cabinetry, 60mm Caesarstone benchtops and handle-less cupboards and drawers, was a stand-out feature.

"The galley-style layout offers ample space and extends seamlessly into a dedicated scullery, while the island bench doubles as a communal breakfast bar," he said.

The home has an open study to the right of the entry - with a powder room nearby - and tucks the parents' suite away privately behind the garage. The ensuite is another stand-out, with black foldable shutters revealing a dressing room, an oversized open shower with a glass screen, and a stunning long, shallow basin atop the vanity. The bedroom opens to a private outdoor nook. 

Upstairs, the family bathroom, shared by the three minor bedrooms, is almost as luxuriously appointed. One-of the minor bedrooms has a walk-in robe and enjoys access to the large balcony.

The Sentosa can be built from $382,874 - check it out in full here.