It would appear consumers are taking a strong interest in the concept, location and price, he says.
“We launched The Block just before Christmas to see how it would be received and so far, it’s done very well with nearly a dozen sales,” he says.
In real life, the front door of the show suite would open from a sidewalk and the unit’s small private patio within the complex.
When the door opens, visitors are standing in a flex area that could be used as a dining room or an expanded living room.
This area of the show suite is shown with optional lacquered MDF (medium density fibre-
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The floor through the main living area of the suite is engineered walnut hardwood flooring.
Adjacent to the flex area is the kitchen with echowood cabinets and island. Quartz is used on the countertops and island.
Appliances are stainless steel and there is a gas cooktop. The pantry is lacquered MDF.
Opposite the kitchen is the bathroom with glass-doored stall shower, and a floating vanity with vessel sink.
A single-wide barn door rolls back to show the bedroom with large walk-in closet and large window. A stacking washer and dryer are also located in the bedroom.