Contemporary designs from outside to inside

Contemporary designs from outside to inside

Over the past decade, RCA Villages has become a leader in the retirement living industry in Victoria. Our ongoing commitment to building excellence enables us to construct beautiful homes for our residents because we believe that a home is much more than a house. And while you are enjoying your new home, we take care of external maintenance (it's all covered by your service levy).

Exterior

Our architects, designers and builders create simple, elegant homes with no compromise on quality. Some of the many features you will notice include:

  • Face brick and rendered exterior wall finishes
  • Anodised aluminium or powder coated window frames
  • Solar hot water system with electric booster and storage tank
  • Remote controlled garage door
  • Landscaping and planting to front garden
  • Pitched roof with concrete roofing tiles
  • Security door at entry
  • Flyscreen to all windows
  • Colorbond fencing
  • Tiled alfresco areas
  • Concrete slab
  • Clothesline
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Interior

We have opted for a modern, open plan design and feel for the interior spaces of our villas. You'll enjoy, and your visitors will be surprised by, the spaciousness this style brings to your home. Features include:

Throughout

  • Painted plasterboard throughout
  • Ceramic tiles to entrance hall, bathrooms, kitchen and laundry
  • Roller blinds to kitchen, laundry windows and laundry glass door
  • Drapes to lounge, dining, bedrooms and study windows
  • Carpet in living and dining rooms, study and bedrooms
  • Linen cupboard with Melamine shelves
  • Split system heating and cooling unit
  • Broom cupboard
  • LED downlights

Kitchen

  • White Melamine lined cupboards and drawers (including pot drawers)
  • Stainless steel appliances including four hob cooktop, electric oven and range hood
  • Overhead cupboards with Melamine shelves
  • Stainless steel, two drawer dishwasher
  • One and a half bowl stainless steel sink
  • Cupboards finished with hard wearing vinyl wrap
  • Stone benchtops (design specific)
  • Emergency call unit
  • Provision for microwave 
  • Provision for refrigerator
  • Tiled splashback

Bedrooms

  • Walk in robe off master bedroom with shelf, hanging rack and drawers
  • Built in robe with shelf and hanging rack in second bedroom
  • Telephone and TV points in main bedroom

Bathrooms

  • Easy access shower in ensuite
  • Tiled floor and shower cubicle, wall tiles to splashback
  • Vanity and mirror
  • Exhaust fan with heater

Study

  • Internet connection point
  • Telephone point

It's your home, personalise it.

It's the little things that make a difference. A few adjustments here and there. Because we build our villages, we are easily able to accommodate your individual preferences and additional requirements during construction. You can get more involved in planning the finishes and utilities of your villa with our customised upgrade and additional installation options.

Before you know it, one of our villas has become your very own home. Uniquely yours. 

Our variations include, but are not limited to:

Upgrades

  • Carpet upgrade to 100% wool
  • Timber floor boards
  • Floor tiling
  • Painted garage floor
  • Security door / flywire door to laundry
  • Plantation shutters
  • Internal blinds to all windows
  • Cavity slider door (only at construction stage)

Additional

  • TV points
  • Data points
  • Floor tiling
  • Internal power points
  • External (all weather) power points
  • Wardrobe rails
  • Skylight
  • Reverse cycle unit
  • Downlights

Installation of

  • Ceiling fans
  • Hand held shower hose
  • Grab rails in showers
  • 1.5 ovens
  • Induction cooktop
  • Exterior awning blinds

External finishes

  • Additional fencing option (design specific)
  • Exterior remote control awning to alfresco / courtyard.
You only live once, but if you do it well, once is enough.
— MAE WEST

 

 

 

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