Linear layout breaks out of narrow confines
Clever design gives feeling of space and openness. By NATALIE HORDOV
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. ■