The first dedicated pet-zone in a display home

Even your four-legged friends will feel right at home in The Westhampton I, with the first pet zone designed by Dale Alcock Homes.

A big, Hamptons-style home with four bedrooms, an activity room, a sunken lounge and a study, this Jindalee display even features a built-in kennel in the laundry, a doggy-door and plenty of space to keep leads and pet bowls.

John Care, Design and Drafting Manager at Dale Alcock Homes, said The Westhampton really did have something for everyone in the family. Pets included.

“Many of our clients have pets and are looking for a new home that delivers on space, as well as those features that help keep us all comfortable and organised,” Mr Care said.

“Little things can make a big difference. The dedicated pet zone in The Westhampton is a great example. We’ve listened to our clients and included features that reflect how important our pets are to us. They are a big part of the family.”

With or without pets, there’s plenty to love about this latest showcase from Dale Alcock Homes. Offering almost 320sqm of accommodation, The Westhampton I is a particularly generous home with a free-flowing floor plan, thoughtful zoning and a long list of well-planned features.

“The deluxe master suite has already proved to be a hit with visitors to the display,” Mr Care said. “There’s been lots of positive feedback about the large dressing room in particular and the luxury ensuite with its freestanding bath, double shower, double vanities and make-up bench.

“Again, it’s the thoughtful touches that can make a home so easy and comfortable to live in.”

Two of the three minor bedrooms are also a great size, with plenty of room to include a study desk.

“This is great arrangement for families with older children who want to set up their bedroom as more of a studio space,” Mr Care said. “We’ve also included two vanities in the kids’ bathroom.”

Designed as a home for the long-term, The Westhampton I features an activity room that can adapt to changing needs. A chill-out zone for teenagers one day, the activity room could become a hobby space or home office later down the track.

There’s an opening between the activity room and the kitchen so that parents can keep an eye on things if they need to.

Both the activity room and the main living and dining area open up to the alfresco.

“The sense of openness is highlighted by the fact that we’ve left out the support column where the house meets the alfresco,” Mr Care said. “When the doors are all open, the indoor and outdoor spaces feel completely connected.”

High ceilings in the living and dining room, the kitchen and the activity room help accentuate the sense of volume.

Positioned in the heart of the home, the kitchen boasts a larder with lots of storage and space for the fridge/freezer. There’s also a handy drop zone to one side of the kitchen, a deep island bench with an integrated breakfast bar, and a shopper’s entry from the garage close to both the larder and the laundry.

At the front of the home, with a view out to the front verandah, is a stylish sunken lounge with high ceilings.

The wide verandah sets off a Hamptons-inspired elevation featuring weatherboard cladding, and a colour palette of fresh white and sandy creams. The result is timeless street appeal perfect for a 17m-wide lot.

The Westhampton I is situated at 26 Pallium Way in Eden Beach Estate, Jindalee.