Lin­ear lay­out breaks out of nar­row con­fines

Clever de­sign gives feel­ing of space and open­ness. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Residential -

THIS house has been de­signed to make the most of the long nar­row block.

The lin­ear lay­out al­lows plenty of nat­u­ral light in, and the white walls, pale floor­ing and high vaulted ceil­ings add to the feel­ing of space and open­ness.

The master bed­room, with en­suite and walk-in robe, and liv­ing room are at the front of the home.

The lay­out flows past the din­ing zone to the kitchen, with ter­ra­cotta tiling, and fam­ily room.

The main liv­ing ar­eas and master bed­room all open to the cen­tral court­yard with a per­gola.

The fam­ily room also has ac­cess to a paved al­fresco area.

The re­main­ing two bed­rooms, both with built-in robes, and bath­room are at the back of the home.

The gar­dens in­clude lawn, re­tained gar­den beds and have retic­u­la­tion.

The home is in the Shen­ton Col­lege catch­ment area, and close to sev­eral schools in­clud­ing Floreat pre-pri­mary and pri­mary, Jolimont pri­mary, New­man Ju­nior Col­lege and John XXIII.

Shops and pub­lic trans­port along Cam­bridge Street are in walk­ing dis­tance, Floreat and City beaches are 3km away and it is 7km to the CBD. ■

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