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Easy Living Guide

The Mewstone display has been designed to invite the outside in through the use of oversized windows in the living and dining area, according to Easystart Homes Sales Manager Ryan Underwood.

"They give depth and openness to the space and lots of natural light," he said.

"Even more, the entertaining zones flow to the alfresco with the use of sliding glass doors, seamlessly joining the indoor and outdoor entertaining areas and exaggerating the sense of open space."

The kitchen overlooks the interior entertaining area and provides an excellent space for hosting small or large gatherings with friends and family thanks to its position in the home.

It has been designed in a galley style and includes access to the walk-in pantry, which features a concealed fridge/freezer recess. Feature open shelving has been installed above the large benchtop to create an open environment that is ideal for preparing all manner of spectacular delights.

Leading off from the open-plan living and dining is the minor bedroom wing which showcases the three auxiliary bedrooms, the main family bathroom and separate powder room, as well as the well-sized laundry.

The front elevation of this home is one that is sure to smarten up the streetscape, thanks to the extensive use of oversized and HiLite windows.

Within the laundry a double-sized linen cupboard creates a great storage solution.

The three minor bedrooms all feature built-in robes, would be able to accommodate a large bed and are pierced with natural light from the well-positioned windows that feature in each space.

Positioned to be away from the hustle and bustle of the children's bedrooms and the entertaining zones, Mr Underwood said the master suite had been designed for busy couples or parents who value relaxation and privacy.

Originally published in The West Australian Newspaper New Homes Guide on September 23rd, 2017. To view the online version, click here.

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