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.
“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