Every day is a hol­i­day in All­worth Homes’ Fes­tiva

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With all the bed­rooms off to the left side and the liv­ing ar­eas all to the right, this floor­plan doesn’t mix ar­eas of peace and quiet with the noise and chaos of the kitchen and fam­ily rooms.

The mas­ter bed­room is po­si­tioned at the front of the dis­play suite. The room also has a walk-in robe and en­suite, which can­cels out sound from the se­condary rooms be­yond it.

The re­main­ing three rooms also have robes, while the main fam­ily bath­room, which features a bath, shower and linen cup­board, is be­tween the third and fourth bed­rooms. Another linen cup­board can be found along the hall­way.

The kitchen is large enough to suit a fam­ily, with a spa­cious walk-in pantry. The dou­ble sink is po­si­tioned on the break­fast bar, while the cook­top and cup­boards are di­rectly op­po­site.

The fam­ily and din­ing rooms are also in this gen­er­ous open-plan area. The fam­ily room is im­pres­sively large at just over 6m by 4m, while the din­ing room is just over 3m by 3m. Both these ar­eas open out to the al­fresco, al­low­ing for a pleas­ant entertaining space.

For a young fam­ily or those look­ing to down­size, there is noth­ing lack­ing from this sin­gle-storey home.

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