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It might be the end of the year, but we’ve still managed to find time to open some more beautiful display homes! With a focus on designs that are perfect for family lifestyles no matter their stage of life, our displays are versatile, cleverly designed and elegantly styled to appeal to a broad range of tastes. If you’re ready to start your building journey, take a look at these new Hotondo Homes displays to see if one of them is your dream home!

Calva 303

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Built by Hotondo Homes Rochedale, the Calva 303 has entertaining and open-plan living at the heart of its design. This double storey home is a true family entertainment hub, with the ground floor dedicated to everyday living. A private living room greets you upon entry, followed by a beautiful kitchen with spacious walk-in-pantry, a dining area that connects to the alfresco, and an adjacent family space. Head up the sweeping staircase and you’ll find a semi-private study nook, a master suite complete with a walk-through-robe leading to an ensuite, three additional bedrooms, and a rumpus area for the kids. This a traditional family home that suits any streetscape and family size. See more of the Calva on display at Rochedale, QLD, or at our website.

Lorne 297

Display Home
Next door to Hotondo Homes Rochedale’s Calva, you’ll find their Lorne 297! An exquisite display in modern design, this home is suitable for narrow blocks, using a classic double storey design to focus on family living on the ground floor. There’s a large private study at the front of the home, a separate living room, and you’ll then find a generous open-plan kitchen/living/dining area that connects to the alfresco, making indoor/outdoor living a breeze. Upstairs the master suite spans the width of the home with separate his’n’hers walk-in-robes and an ensuite. Three additional bedrooms, plus a rumpus area ensures everyone has a space of their own in this practical and stylish family friendly design. Visit the Lorne at Rochedale, QLD, or take a 3D tour!

Erskine 240

Display Home
Hotondo Homes in Melton recently opened their Erskine 240 display home, which is a clever design that will appeal to families of all sizes. The master suite is located at the front, followed by three additional bedrooms aligned down the right side of the home. There’s a separate living room in the centre of the home perfect for formal entertaining, and the rear of the home features a kitchen with a huge walk-in-pantry behind it, and dining and family spaces situated next to each other. Designed to suit narrow blocks and available in a range of sizes, it’s easy to see why this is one of our most popular designs! Visit this display in Melton South, VIC or our website to see more of the Erskine 240 today.

Hillgrove 267

Display Home
This unique split level home built by Hotondo Homes Greater Port Stephens is ideal for sloping blocks and spans multiple levels. Cleverly zoned to ensure maximum comfort and privacy, this design has the master suite located on the entry level and features a spacious walk-through-robe into the ensuite. The remaining three bedrooms can be found on the lower level and wrap around a versatile rumpus space perfect for teenagers, as well as a large family bathroom and lots of storage space. Travel upstairs and you’ll find a beautifully appointed open-plan kitchen and dining space, with a huge walk-in-pantry. There’s also a balcony connecting to this space allowing for a seamless blend of indoor/outdoor living. This level also features a private study, and a roomy living area. This home is the perfect solution for larger families, and is available in two additional sizes with alternative layouts. Visit this display in person at Raymond Terrace, NSW or take a 3D tour of the Hillgrove 267.

Head over to the Hotondo Homes website today to browse our range of thirty eight superb display homes, where you can take a tour of each one using our 3DExplore tool from the comfort of your own home!

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