Dou­ble the fun with All­cas­tle Homes’ Grand­worth 43.5

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Home - - FRONT PAGE - Words Jen­nifer Veer­huis Pictures Bob Barker

Ev­ery­thing about this two­s­torey home lends it­self to re­laxed fam­ily liv­ing. The Grand­worth 43.5 is the lat­est ver­sion of this pop­u­lar de­sign from All­cas­tle Homes that can be built in var­i­ous sizes.

Flex­i­ble enough for any fam­ily ar­range­ment, the gen­er­ous se­lec­tion of liv­ing ar­eas and bed­rooms sig­nify a house that’s func­tional as well as stylish.

While the house can be pur­chased as dis­played, it also comes with a num­ber of op­tions, in­clud­ing an ex­tra bed­room up­stairs.

The dou­ble garage sits to one side and a for­mal liv­ing space sits on the other. Fur­ther through is the guest room, ideal for ex­tended fam­ily mem­bers liv­ing in the home longer term, but it could also work as a study.

The kitchen, meals area and large fam­ily room are at the rear, with a me­dia room also ad­join­ing this space.

These rooms all wrap around an al­fresco area, which is in­cluded as stan­dard.

The kitchen is dis­played with an is­land bench with the op­tion of a large win­dow and an ex­ten­sion of the kitchen bench.

Up­stairs, each bed­room has a built-in robe while the mas­ter bed­room in­cludes an en­suite and walk-through robe along one wall.

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