PRI­VATE SPACE VS PUB­LIC SPACE

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Cassie Mobbs from Kur­mond Homes says some houses are bet­ter set up for host­ing guests than oth­ers.

“I de­signed the Melody (dis­play home, pic­tured) with my fam­ily in mind and I wanted a large open-plan en­ter­tain­ing area so that I could en­ter­tain out­side be­cause our cli­mate is great,” she says.

”It has a guest bed­room down­stairs. Up­stairs is more for the fam­ily so it’s more pri­vate and down­stairs is more ‘party pad’.”

A lit­tle sep­a­ra­tion be­tween the hosts and their guests will give ev­ery­one a break.

“You need space that is open for ev­ery­one to get to­gether but also space that re­spects that ev­ery­one might need some quiet time at some point,” says Bill Hawie from Eden Brae.

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