As Featured and Published in the Farm Weekly 6 December 2018
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THE end of the year may be fast approaching but there are no signs of slowing down for the team at Ross Squire Homes, with new designs and new display homes in the works.
Ross Squire Homes has specialised in framed construction and the supply of component homes for more than 30 years.
The company’s extensive range of designs, along with its custom home service, means there is something to suit all lifestyles and properties.
“All our designs, including our custom homes and new designs, can be supplied as a component home either on a slab or on poles for difficult sites,” said general manager Steve Grehan.
“We provide a comprehensive set of plans, builder’s manual and colour coded layouts specifically for your home.”
Ross Squire Homes’ expert staff are available to assist you throughout the build process.
“Whether you are looking for a large, country-style family home or cabin-style holiday accommodation, we have designs to suit,” Mr Grehan said.
“Our team is working hard on a new range of designs specifically for young families and first home owners which we hope to launch very soon.
“It’s an exciting time for our team – we have recently commenced construction on our new Atherton display home and we will be starting another in Manjimup very shortly.”
“The Atherton is the quintessential country home – it’s warm and inviting with plenty of space for the whole family.”
Part of Ross Squire Homes’ Signature Series, this thoughtfully designed four-bedroom, two-bathroom home provides plenty of communal living areas and privacy.
“The master suite is a sanctuary, with a large walk-in robe and luxurious ensuite with free standing bath,” Mr Grehan said.
“The heart of this home is the open dining, family and kitchen that flows out to the rear deck.”
Ross Squire Homes launched its latest design, the Muresk, last month with a public competition to decide on the name.
This modern farmhouse-style home has plenty of country charm and has been well received by the public.
“The home was designed as a contemporary take on the rustic Australian homestead, warm and inviting with a striking façade” Mr Grehan said.
“This design has strong street appeal and is a seamless fit with the farmhouse vernacular of the area.”
With a sizeable verandah and stone clad chimney, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom sanctuary has a large open-plan layout, split into three distinct zones.
“Its spacious kitchen with scullery and walk-in pantry will make meal preparations a breeze,” Mr Grehan said.
The generously-sized living area flows seamlessly out to the covered alfresco area, creating an ideal entertaining space.
The master bedroom is a spacious retreat that includes a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite with a twin vanity.
A key facet of the Muresk is the familiar and functional foundation that marries rustic features with modern amenities.