Summit Homes Sales Manager Peter Chellew said Aspire was being brought back based on the feedback of clients who wanted the promotion to feature once again.
“At Summit we’re built around people, so listening to what our clients want is a really important part of our business,” Mr Chellew said.
“With this package, homebuyers can appreciate not having to add those finishing touches themselves and it has the added benefit of giving each living space a luxurious sense of opulence at an affordable price.”
Aspire allows homebuyers to upgrade their chosen home design with a range of premium options including fully ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning, Essastone benchtops to kitchen, bathroom and ensuite, feature ceramic tiling and carpets with underlay throughout as well as 31-course ceilings to the living, dining, kitchen and alfresco.
A finishing technique applied to doublebrick construction, Summit superwall is also included as an option in the package. “It uses drywall lining instead of wet plaster, offering a superior smooth finish to internal walls,” Mr Chellew said.
“And the super sleek surface is complemented by incredibly straight edges allowing for unique design elements.”
Summit’s Select range of homes provides homebuyers with more than 50 designs to choose from. All the designs feature three or four-bedroom and two-bathroom options. They all feature open as well as integrated indoor and outdoor living areas.
Mr Chellew said the pairing of the Aspire package with the Select range of homes was ideal for homebuyers looking to elevate their lifestyle without breaking the bank.
“Our Select range of home designs is based on our popular display home range, so you can literally aspire to display home luxury with all the inclusions with a more affordable price tag,” he said.
The Aspire package can be applied to customers building with Summit in the metropolitan and South West areas within the builder’s agreed build zones.
Originally published in The West Australian Newspaper New Homes Guide on May 27th, 2017. To view the article online, click here.