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Live Passionately in a Mojo Acerage Home

MOJO Homes are on a mission to change the building industry for the better and deliver beautiful homes where people can Live Passionately, whether that be in the bustling city, the serenity of the beach or the quintessential Australian countryside. MOJO’s acreage portfolio offers a special selection of homes ideal for wide frontage lots, with a style that can translate from coastal to rural.

The Hunter Valley truly does offer the idyllic country lifestyle, and now it is the location of MOJO’s first-ever Acreage Display Home. MOJO’s General Manager of Sales, Paul Hogan, says it was an obvious choice.

“We appreciate the lifestyle proposition the Hunter Valley offers. With larger, rural-style lots that you don’t typically find in many new estates, particularly in Sydney.”

The Carrington Grand One 31, on display at Huntlee in North Rothbury, is one of MOJO’s premiere acreage designs. This four-bedroom home was uniquely designed to take full advantage of a corner lot, offering a full Hamptons style facade to the primary frontage with the garage facing the secondary road.

Acreage designs typically feature separate wings for adults and children, with a central entertainment hub in the middle. The adult’s hub of the Carrington Grand One design offers a huge 20sqm Master Suite with his and hers Ensuite, close to a well-appointed Home Office space. While the children’s wing features three generous Bedrooms, a Home Theatre and separate Bathroom, meaning the kids can entertain themselves for hours with minimal interference toward Mum and Dad.

The Laundry, as well as separate linen and coat cupboards, also reside in the kid’s area, meaning there’s no excuse for dirty socks not to make it to the laundry basket! An open plan Kitchen, Living and Dining area sits at the rear of the home, opening on to a grand Outdoor Living Area.

The Carrington design on display at Huntlee (pictured) emulates a traditional, ranch-style acreage home perfect for wide frontage lots. However, its sister design, the Carrington Promenade, offers an almost identical floorplan in a narrower and deeper configuration that is perfect for more suburban locations. “We wanted to create a design that was easily transferrable to different locations and suited a wide range of homesites,” says Paul.

“We understand the benefits of a single storey home for young families with children or even retirees who are after plenty of space for the grandkids to come and stay but find having everything on one level more accessible.”

So, what’s in store next for the MOJO acreage portfolio? As well as new designs to be released in the near future, there will also be more opportunities to explore and walk through these homes in person, with new Display Homes in store for both the Hunter and Sydney.

“MOJO is working on a large style Acreage home in Lochinvar as well as a ranch-style design at Box Hill in Sydney, both of which are due to open in the first half of 2021, and we can’t wait to open these to the public,” says Paul.

Watch this space and in the meantime, make sure to drop into our place at 19 Peachey Avenue, North Rothbury. For more information click here.

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