Ar­chi­tect’s clever de­sign gives oo­dles of space

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Reviews -

IT is amaz­ing what a clever de­sign can do. Ar­chi­tect David Hil­lam has man­aged to in­cor­po­rate 460sq m of liv­ing space on a 461sq m block.

The home also of­fers views of the city from the front of the res­i­dence and looks out across Stu­art Street Re­serve at the back.

The ground floor of this ware­house-style home in­cludes the garage, a bath­room, kitch­enette, huge gallery with 4m-high ceil­ings, of­fice and court­yard.

The for­mal lounge, which opens to a bal­cony, is on the first floor along with an open plan liv­ing/din­ing area and kitchen that flows through to an en­ter­tain­ing area, with built-in bar­be­cue, and gar­den ter­race.

Three bed­rooms, which all open to bal­conies, two bath­rooms, a sec­ond laun­dry and an ac­tiv­ity room are on the sec­ond floor.

The home is in an at­trac­tive area with cafes in walk­ing dis­tance and the free CAT bus nearby.

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