The sweet life in Ho­tondo Homes’ Jamieson 222

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Fam­ily homes don’t come much more prac­ti­cal than the Jamieson 222. The dou­ble garage is the first give­away that this Ho­tondo Home is tar­geted at fam­i­lies, with the 15m-wide fa­cade pre­sent­ing a porch, front liv­ing area and main bed­room, with en­suite and walk-in robe.

Two sec­ondary bed­rooms are po­si­tioned in the mid­dle and back of the floor­plan. If you need a fourth bed­room, the “kids’ zone” can eas­ily go from play­room to sleep­ing quar­ters with the ad­di­tion of a walk-in robe.

The kitchen in­clud­ing walk-in pantry is also fam­ily-friendly, with a break­fast bar seat­ing four over­look­ing the meals area.

The Jamieson 222 makes the most of the sin­gle-storey space, with the laun­dry tucked be­hind bed­room two.

The main bath­room sits next to the laun­dry, and is com­plete with a bath­tub and sep­a­rate shower and the toi­let is stand-alone in an at­tached room.

The al­fresco area, which is in­cluded in the base price, is ac­ces­si­ble via slid­ing doors from both the fam­ily and meals rooms open­ing out on to the out­door space, squar­ing off the en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas nicely.

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