The Cedar 263
The spacious 4 bedroom Cedar 263 is a thoughtfully designed, open plan family home, perfect for entertaining. This stunning home design from the new NEST by Hallmark range is sure to tick all the boxes. Ideally suited to a 16m block frontage, this stunning home features a gourmet kitchen overlooking the living area, a beautiful alfresco that brings the outdoors in, and a gin bar perfect for when you want to entertain friends and family. The home also has a separate media room and a versatile study space, making this home spacious and practical. As a brand-new home design new to the Hallmark Homes design range, this home is a must to visit.
Fresh façade options
Express your personal style with a façade that offers maximum street appeal. Hallmark Homes offer a wide selection of stylish façade options including Classic, Executive, Urban, the ever-popular Hamptons, plus many more. We also have a new range of façades coming soon to our home design range – so keep your eyes peeled for when we launch these later in the year!
Top tips on how to get the most out of your display home visit
Visiting display homes is an easy way to start this exciting journey. Best of all, it’s absolutely free and you can do it at your own pace. Most people underestimate the enormous value of visiting display homes before choosing a builder. Sure, you can jump online to look at home designs, pricing, builders’ credentials, plus much more, but nothing beats seeing the homes for yourself, and having a face-to-face chat with each sales consultant. You’ll get a much better feel for which builders you’re comfortable with, and which homes feel right for you and your family. To ensure you get the most out of your visit, it pays to be prepared! Here are some handy tips to get you started.
1. Take virtual display home tours online
Many home builders now offer virtual display home tours online, so you can get a better idea of which homes you would like to visit in person. It’s a great way to create a shortlist. Hallmark Homes offer a selection of virtual tours here.
2. Plan your time carefully
Allow about 20 minutes to look through each display home, and an additional 10 minutes to ask the home consultant any questions. Don’t make the mistake of planning too many visits on the same day. This can be overwhelming, and you may not remember much at all! You can always come back for a second visit.
3. Prepare questions & make a wish list
It’s easy to get distracted by all the ‘bells & whistles’ when you’re visiting display homes. Many builders go all out when furnishing and finishing their display homes, but it pays to remember that many of the features you’ll see on display are upgrade options. While it can be overwhelming, it’s also a great opportunity to see what you would and wouldn’t like as an upgrade option in your build. Making a wish list and preparing some questions will make it much easier for you to refer back to down the track.