It’s Hip to be Square

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It's Hip to be square

This weekender takes advantage of any view

Designed to maximise any available views, the new Lindsay 3E design is an ideal holiday home. 

Sarah Homes' sales manager Helen Lowrie said the home has a dual frontage, designed to take in views in one direction but also provide an entry to the street. "The Lindsay really suits corner allotments as it has three aspects," Mrs Lowrie said. "While inside the home is open-plan, it has also been cleverly zoned, including having all bedrooms on one side of the house."

The home has four entry points, all which are designed to open onto outdoor decking areas. A gallery-style kitchen sits in the centre of the living area. It includes an Island bench with twin sink and breakfast bar. Stainless steel appliances, overhead cupboards, under-bench oven, pantry and white tiled splashback complete the kitchen. To one side is the meals area, displayed with a brown feature wall, with a sliding glass door leading to an outdoor decking area. On the other side of the kitchen is the lounge area, which also includes a sliding glass door to the outside.

The main bedroom has a large wardrobe and small ensuite with shower, toilet and vanity. The second bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and is adjacent to the larger third bedroom. The main bathroom is a slightly larger version of the ensuite. "The home has a very modernist look featuring weatherboard panels and corrugated iron siding," Mrs Lowrie said. "There are plenty of entertaining options with the living and dining areas opening up to the outside. All decking can be modified to any extent to suit individual needs."

Words: John Merriman

Essentials
Size: 132 sq m
Living: 132 sq m
Width: 12.2m
Depth: 10.9m
Ceiling: 2.4m
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1

Features
Picture windows
Three decking areas
 

03-Mar-2007 - The Sunday Mail Home Magazine

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