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but en­sures the home re­mains low main­te­nance. A par­ti­tion wall op­po­site the meals area re­veals a long hall­way, where the three re­main­ing bed­rooms can be found.

Walk­ing into the mas­ter suite at the back feels like a pri­vate haven has been un­locked, with ac­cess through slid­ing doors to a pri­vate ter­race – which will have you dream­ing of a morn­ing cof­fee in the sun or per­haps a glass of wine watch­ing the sun­set. If that’s not enough, it also fea­tures pop­u­lar ‘his and hers’ walk-in robes and an en­suite with a luxe dou­ble shower – all fea­tures you would ex­pect of a high-end build.

Head­ing back down the hall­way, the two re­main­ing bed­rooms can be found, both with built-in robes. The bed­rooms nes­tle around the main bath­room, which has been clev­erly sep­a­rated for max­i­mum con­ve­nience. It fea­tures a large bath, a shower, a sep­a­rate van­ity and a sep­a­rate toi­let, a lay­out that suits a fam­ily home and a house full of chil­dren.

Af­ford­able Fam­ily Homes have put plenty of thought into the de­sign of the RF220, which can be seen as you wan­der through the dis­play. The in­clu­sion of 2.7m ceil­ings through­out pro­vide that ex­tra sense of spa­cious­ness and the use of high win­dows en­sure you’ll have am­ple privacy, even if you build in a close knit es­tate.

With 177.5sqm of liv­ing space on of­fer and 220sqm to­tal size, this home of­fers a flex­i­ble op­tion for a range of home buy­ers. Whether you’re look­ing to build your first or want­ing to up­grade and cre­ate your dream fam­ily home, the RF220 is a de­sign that’s worth vis­it­ing this week­end.

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