Sponsored by Metricon
The experts say yes! Metricon’s Riviera recently won the title of Hunter Region Display Home of the Year as well as the Hunter Display Home over $500,001 category in the 2020 HIA-CSR NSW Housing Awards. And it’s not hard to see why. You certainly wouldn’t need to twist my arm to move straight into this luxurious yet laidback home with a very Aussie design to maximise our indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
The Riviera is one of Metricon’s most iconic display homes at Trinity Point, Morisset Park. It’s been been wowing visitors, many looking to move further out of Sydney due to increased flexibility around home working, since it opened earlier this year.
Carefully considered in every detail to deliver the ultimate lifestyle home, the design has seriously upped the ante for volume builders. If you have an eye for luxury design this is one show home you need to visit in person to see why Metricon is Australia’s most awarded new home builder.
With a ground floor dedicated to entertainment and lifestyle, the expansive open plan kitchen, including butler’s pantry and wet bar, that overlooks the large dining room, is situated at the heart home. Beyond the dining room is the extra large alfresco entertaining space that is separated by bi-fold sliding doors that can be completely opened to create seamless integration between the indoors and outdoors. The Rivera is designed to make the most of an indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
On the first floor there is the extravagant master suite with private balcony, ensuite and large walk-in-robe, a media room, and three other bedrooms all with their own ensuite and walk-in robes.
This smart design provides an abundance of space and options for the family to entertain large groups, along with allowing spaces for family members to retreat for private down time. It offers fabulous flexibility.
Metricon design director, Adrian Popple is especially proud of the home. He said: “For me to sit down and get creative and design something completely different was really exciting. Then to see it hit the ground and know that people are loving it, that’s what makes it all worthwhile.”
He adds: “The Riviera is really a breakthrough home, the uncontrived spaces balance spontaneity and refinement while reflecting the way modern Australian families want to live.”
Visit the Riviera at 14 Sailors Place, Morisset Park, NSW 2264, Saturday to Wednesday from 10am-to-5pm or to view Metricon’s other innovative designs, visit www.metricon.com.au.
Arthur K says
Pictures are of the fully spec’d home. The open living with the open stair area, looks great. Not sure about the white marble backing to the bbq area. Friends who have the gas bbq in the alfresco have ended up with very dirty walls due to the heat and burning fat etc. That back wall needs to be able to be cleaned (and probably not white).