Today’s definition of luxury homes goes far beyond simply “big” or “expensive.” Luxury is now defined by personal preferences i.e. lifestyle and identity. In fact, everyone has their very own preferences but there is one thing for sure – people want to be different from others. Here is a list of the ‘’Must-Have Things’’ that most luxury homebuyers would go for.
#1 Smart Home Security Technology
Security is on top of everyone’s mind when looking for a place to stay – it doesn’t matter if you’re living in a fancy crib like The Villa in Bandar Enstek or an exquisite condo at D’Rapport Residence, Ampang Hilir. Though the place is gated and guarded, it’s always better to take an extra precaution. It’s time to opt for a smart home security system.
With it, you can now monitor and manage security systems inside and outside your house from your smartphone, whenever and wherever – Not only that, you’ll also get notified when there is motion detected – the beauty of internet of things.
#2 Outdoor kitchen with pool
Most rich and famous people love to throw a gathering event whether to bond or build network. To have a fully-furnished outdoor kitchen next to a pool is very much a convenience. They can chat with the guests while cooking at the same time. Not only that. It can also be an added value when they’re planning to sell the house.
#3 Game & Theatre Rooms
Most luxury homebuyers would have a space where they can enjoy their own private movie or gaming time inside their house with no strangers around and interruptions. The biggest perk for this is that they will never feel the need to leave the comforts of their home as it is all there at their fingertips. It helps to save valuable time and create a cozy environment especially for them to enjoy every single moments with their loved ones or alone time.
#4 Spa Bathrooms
An extravagant life requires a sumptuous bathroom. Nowadays, a lot of people like to go for spa even with a hefty price tag because it is extremely tranquilizing. That’s why luxury homebuyers want to have a spa bathroom in their very own homes in order to recreate this opulence into their everyday lives. They will be able to enjoy their private restful moments anytime as they wish without going out from their house.
When it comes to the recreational facilities, Kiara 163 service apartments located in Mont Kiara is a superb choice for you. It is managed by the internationally acclaimed Swiss-Bell Hotel and comes with all your desired facilities such as swimming pool, jacuzzi, glass-walled gym surrounded by water, squash court and entertainment pavilion.
#5 Personal Gymnasium
Some prefer to work out with others for motivation purposes, while others prefer to be on their own. Personal gym is great for those who prefer to have their own space when working out. With a personal gymnasium, you’ll have the freedom to exercise anytime, while enjoying some other entertainments like watching television or listening to music to boost your motivation. If you can’t work out alone, it’s advisable that you go to the public gym.
#6 Walk-in Wardrobe
This trend is no longer applicable to women only but also to men. Both women and men seem to have an increasing aspiration for a large separate room for dressing and displaying their high-end garments. It’s no longer just as symbol of luxury. Some people actually prefer to stand back and have some ‘room for thought’ before deciding on what to wear. Just so you know, this is very much attainable, even if you don’t own a mansion. If you have a spare room, you can convert it into a walk-in wardrobe.
There you go – 6 must have things that luxury homebuyers want the most. We hope this piece would inspire you to redecorate your lovely home.
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