Space smarts on a narrow lot

Space smarts on a narrow lot

Packing a narrow lot with reams of space, Pindan Homes’ Soho display sparks with creative design.

Situated on a tapered, narrow, rear access corner block, The Soho casts aside traditional block limitations in favour of an open-plan design.

Immediately captivating, its aesthetic streetfront presents a great combination of render and face brickwork.

A visit to the two-storey residence is bound to impress as you see how the builder has created uninterrupted, free-form living with less than 10m of frontage.

Step through the threshold and into the open-plan living and dining area that flows into an impressive galley kitchen, creating a large space to relax or entertain.

Dual bi-fold doors further extend the space onto two separate courtyards, while 31-course ceilings make this space truly impressive.

You may not expect it in a home of this size, but Pindan Homes has managed to find room for a scullery and bar in the kitchen space.

“The Soho has been designed to use every inch of the block for modern living,”
Pindan Homes General Manager, Simon Greenlaw


“We have capitalised on large bi-fold doors to provide an excellent indoor/outdoor entertaining area from the kitchen, and with all bedrooms upstairs, the kitchen and living areas open up, with voluminous 31-course ceilings providing a wonderfully spacious feeling.”

The home incorporates a laundry, powder room and hidden study on the ground floor, as well as a storage room off the double garage at the rear.

On the second floor, the master suite enjoys some privacy thanks to a second living space that separates it from the two minor bedrooms.

“The master suite has a hotel feel with a walk-through robe with full robe fit-out and ensuite with full-height tiling,” Mr Greenlaw said.

One of the minor bedrooms is equipped with a walk-in robe, while the other includes a built-in robe, and both share access to the main bathroom and second powder room.

The Soho is open for viewing on Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm.

Source: The West Australian