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The stun­ning dou­ble-storey Metro from De­signer by Met­ri­con is re­defin­ing present-day ur­ban liv­ing, com­bin­ing stylish fam­ily liv­ing with a com­pact 31sq m floor­plan, says di­rec­tor of Met­ri­con Homes, Ja­son Bi­asin.

“De­signed for nar­row blocks, just 10.5m wide, the Metro in­cor­po­rates clever de­sign el­e­ments that cre­ate a spa­cious, con­tem­po­rary home ideal for work­ing pro­fes­sion­als or fam­i­lies who love ur­ban-style liv­ing,” Mr Bi­asin said.

“The ground-floor plan has been de­signed with en­ter­tain­ers in mind; the stand­out when you walk into this invit­ing space is the beau­ti­ful win­dow treat­ments that open the space up, cre­at­ing an il­lu­sion of more space, and brings the light and green­ery from out­side in.

“The so­phis­ti­cated open-plan de­sign in­te­grates a gourmet kitchen with large is­land bench and walk-in pantry for ad­di­tional stor­age, din­ing area and a spa­cious liv­ing area that opens up to an out­door en­ter­tain­ing area.

“Com­plet­ing the ground floor is a pow­der room, laun­dry and study nook ideal for your home of­fice or study space.”

Mr Bi­asin said the stand­out of the first floor was the se­cluded master suite po­si­tioned at the front of the home, with its spa­cious walk-in wardrobe and lux­u­ri­ous en­suite. Three more bed­rooms can also be found on the first floor, along with a bath­room, pow­der room and a sec­ond leisure room.

“The Metro rep­re­sents con­tem­po­rary liv­ing at its best and ap­peals to a wide range of buy­ers due to the life­style and ac­com­mo­da­tion on of­fer,” Mr Bi­asin said.

“But, it is fam­i­lies with a keen eye for de­sign who will be most at­tracted to the flex­i­ble, spa­cious liv­ing and four bed­rooms on of­fer.”

The Metro is avail­able in three floor­plan vari­a­tions, 31, 32 and 32RF, all of­fer­ing more than 31sq m of liv­ing, and there are eight fa­cades. Ex­plore the con­tem­po­rary Metro 31 with the Cube fa­cade at Thorn­lands, Water­line or at New­port with the Stam­ford fa­cade.

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