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True to SqWhere’s phi­los­o­phy that ev­ery­thing has a pur­pose, ev­ery unit sports a rec­ti­lin­ear lay­out for max­i­mum ef­fi­ciency with no awk­ward col­umns that stand in the way of giv­ing home a per­son­al­ity of its own.

The larger-than-av­er­age win­dows light up 20% to 28% of in­te­ri­ors and im­proves ven­ti­la­tion by 10% to 17%, which not only pro­vides a more calm­ing and re­lax­ing set­ting but also helps home­own­ers save on util­i­ties and the en­vi­ron­ment to some de­gree.

Ex­pect a fit­ted-out kitchen com­plete with cabi­nets, a re­frig­er­a­tor plus hood and hob while bath­rooms come with the norm, along with a cab­i­net and beau­ti­fully laid out glass and

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