19 May 2020
The Rural Building Company and WA Country Builders are both building north of the river house and land packages that have country-style displays perfect for Kingsford’s larger-than-average blocks, set amongst the awe-inspiring beauty of the Perth foothills.
As the first display homes at Kingsford, the homes point to the estate’s growing popularity as a great place to build a new home. They also represent another milestone in the progressive development of Bullsbrook as a property hotspot in Perth’s north-east corridor.
With plans for a new town centre, school and urban village on the cards, the first Kingsford residents due to move in by Christmas and the $1.2 Northlink WA transport link now complete, Kingsford and the wider Bullsbrook area offer a special combination of growth, community, lifestyle and location.
The Rural Building Company and WA Country Builders have both used Kingsford’s natural setting as the starting point for their Kingsford display homes, which capture everything homebuyers love about rural home design.
Due to open early next year, the Julimar Retreat by The Rural Building Company is a modern homestead full of warmth and character, while the Eucalyptus by WA Country Builders combines contemporary living with classic charm.
Here are a few of the design highlights:
- The Julimar Retreat: Raking ceilings, bush poles and raking rafters, natural colours and materials, floor-to-ceiling raking windows, bespoke fireplace, kitchen island bench with solid timber top, activity room, home office, home entertainment room and alfresco with built-in barbecue area.
- The Eucalyptus: Tumbled face brick, wrap-around verandah, study-library, high feature ceilings, seamless indoor/outdoor flow, scullery, large alfresco, home theatre, drop zone and dressing room.
Both homes showcase the design flair and individual styling that The Rural Building Company and WA Country Builders are well known for. Regarded as WA’s premier rural builders, the companies have been building country-inspired homes for almost 30 years.
Robert Kirkovski, Principal Designer for WA Country Builders and The Rural Building Company, says Kingsford suits today’s country-inspired designs to a tee.
Ideas and inspiration
“Generous blocks like those available at Kingsford lend themselves to designs with wide frontages and detailing such as push poles, sweeping verandas and huge picture windows to let the outside in,” Mr Kirkovski says.
“The Julimar Retreat is the dream homestead, designed to accommodate all the family in absolute comfort whilst nestling into the landscape, at one with its environment.
“The Eucalyptus is a classically charming residence. Quaint and delightful, it is reminiscent of homes that were designed to make an everlasting impression on their neighbourhood.
“Both new displays at Kingsford are sure to provide plenty of ideas and inspiration, along with a taste of the lifestyle on offer in this new Bullsbrook community.”
Big blocks a big drawcard
Average blocks of more than 500sqm have been a big drawcard for many of the early-bird buyers keen to become part of Bullsbrook’s growing, close-knit community close to both new and existing amenities.
Experts may be predicting Bullsbrook’s current population of 5,600 will reach 20,500 by 2036, but the area’s rich sense of character, progressive outlook and vibrant, caring community will always be a big part of Kingsford’s future.
It’s one of the reasons why the estate’s first display homes have been designed with authentic country values, traditional character and family-friendly outdoor space in mind.