Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Residential -

THE Spine and Limb Foun­da­tion is set to en­joy a wind­fall from the sale of last year’s Ap­pealathon home.

The Water­ford home, which went un­der of­fer last week, took res­i­den­tial de­sign to a new level of per­for­mance, of­fer­ing full wheel­chair ac­ces­si­bil­ity on the ground level.

Built by Next Res­i­den­tial, the in­no­va­tive home boasts a user-friendly and func­tional de­sign that can be en­joyed by peo­ple of all ages and phys­i­cal abil­i­ties.

Next Res­i­den­tial direc­tor Cameron Sims said the de­sign in­cluded ex­trawide hall­ways and doors as well as turn­ing cir­cles in the pantry, linen cup­board and toi­lets.

“Ev­ery­thing is wider than stan­dard, which cre­ates a nicer feel in the house, even if you aren’t in a wheel­chair,” he said.

“We’ve had quite a few peo­ple want to repli­cate this home, es­pe­cially the kitchen, dining, living and scullery.”

The four-bed­room, three-bath­room home is strik­ingly con­tem­po­rary.

Its im­pres­sive street pres­ence blends con­trast­ing ren­ders, glass and a stone pil­lared wall.

The en­trance hall of­fers an un­in­ter­rupted view through to the rear of the home, then once in­side, the kitchen is the fo­cal point, over­look­ing the al­fresco area and fea­tur­ing a huge ad­ja­cent scullery and walk-in pantry.

The scullery fea­tures sig­nif­i­cant bench space for food prepa­ra­tion, a dou­ble un­der-mount sink, dish­washer and di­rect ac­cess from the garage, which means your bags of gro­ceries can be un­packed be­fore you set foot in the kitchen.

Up­stairs pro­vides an ad­di­tional living area that opens out to a full-width bal­cony, as well as the mas­ter suite, two dou­ble bed­rooms and a third bath­room.

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