Flexibility shows  up as a real Virtue

Flexibility shows up as a real Virtue


Source: New Homes Magazine, The West Australian. Author: Cathy Watts

Flexibility and a narrow-lot design are features of Celebration Homes’ Virtue display home in Banksia Grove. The design of the home is flexible with the option of changing the alfresco area into a games room at no extra cost.


And the design also provides for flexibility in block choice, as it has the double garage at the back and will fit on a block from 12m wide.

Celebration Homes sales manager Stuart Jeffs said the Virtue was a modern, rear-access home with rendered facade, benchmark windows, stylish feature piers and a Colorbond roof.

“The Virtue has been well-received,” Mr Jeffs said. “People have welcomed the way the home maximises the use of space and has been designed to suit today’s cottage-style lots.

“Featuring a modern corner kitchen complete with Caesarstone benchtops and spacious, open-plan dining and family rooms that open out on to the alfresco, the Virtue is well suited for casual family dining or for entertaining guests.”

Off the front entry, there is a spacious and secluded home cinema.

There is also a bonus study that is perfect for a home office and for people who work from home.

The open-plan living areas are set out in a long, rectangular shapes, with the kitchen at one end, dining in the middle and the family area at the other end.

The kitchen has a casual breakfast bar and there is a long pantry against the back wall.

Along the other side of the house are the two children’s bedrooms, each with a built-in robe, the bathroom which has a bath under the window, a vanity and shower.

A separate toilet is next to the laundry.

At the back of the home is a handy entry from the double garage which has a remote-controlled sectional door.

The Virtue has a total area of 233sqm.


The Virtue display home is open Monday & Wednesday 2 - 5pm, Saturday & Public Holidays 1 - 5pm, Sunday 12 - 5pm or at alternative times by appointment.