Narrow plan all about future growth
Waterford’s latest estate, Cygnia Cove, boasts a highly desirable, established riverside lifestyle with a rehabilitated swan breeding ground on the foreshore, along with raised boardwalks and sheltered viewing arbours throughout.
It was also the inspiration for Switch Homes’ Boardwalk display, located within the estate.
Designed for families with a narrow lot, the Boardwalk ensures everyone has room, with family areas, a separate study and activity rooms.
“When designing this home, we wanted people to feel their family could grow with the Boardwalk,” Switch Homes General Manager Simon Greenlaw said.
“The layout is innovative yet practical, and is suitable for a range of lifestyles, but its diversity particularly suits families.”
Enjoy 370sqm of internal living across two floors, with great separation of sleeping, entertaining, work and relaxing zones.
Mr Greenlaw said the home was perfect for those seeking a design that focused on a rear view, as both the master and the main living areas were placed at the rear of the property.
From the moment you walk through the elegant double doors into the soaring double-height entry, you will be calmed by the well-considered design and taken by the versatility of this home.
The living and dining area is open-plan and features bi-fold doors that open onto a large alfresco space.
“The alfresco is conveniently located for integrated indoor/outdoor entertaining, sitting between the living and dining areas,” Mr Greenlaw said.
“The use of feature glazing within this area is perfect to capitalise on rear views and draw upon natural light, and makes entertaining in the pool accessible from a range of angles.”
Overlooking this space, the kitchen leaves you wanting nothing, with a wine cellar, scullery and walk-in pantry all tucked away.
You will thoroughly enjoy spending time in the kitchen, with two pyrolytic ovens, a 60cm gas cooktop, 42cm teppanyaki plate and a built-in coffee machine to make use of.
There is also a built-in bar with custom cabinetry, stone top and glass splashback, so making cocktails at home is too easy.
At the front of the home sits a separate guest suite with access to its own ensuite and a walk-in robe, making it a great option for a teenagers’ retreat, guest bedroom or alternative master suite.
Upstairs, the spacious master suite features a sumptuous ensuite with a freestanding bath and a large walk-in robe.
The two minor bedrooms both include walk-in robes with a sitting area separating the two rooms from the master suite.
The Boardwalk is situated at Waterford and is open for viewing on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm.
Source: The West Australian, New Homes Magazine