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clean lines key to spacious interior

Style and sophistication come to the fore in APG Homes' Emporio design made up of sleek lines and timber features naturally lit and careful use of glazing.

"This is at the top end of homes and very much an executive style. We have designed a contemporary home were clean lines are key and a focus is on creating spacious interiors," APG Marketing Manager, Matt Dragun said.

"The glazing, full-length mirrors in the bathrooms, open-plan living and the flow through to the outdoor space create the spacious interiors," he said.

The front elevation of the home is striking, with glazing, straight roof and vertical lines broken up by vertical timber feature cladding on the balcony. A sense of space is evident upon entry room, currently set up as a living and study area, separated from the vast open-plan living area by a room divider of timber and plaster.

The downstairs living area is undoubtedly the feature of the home with the contemporary kitchen overlooking the living and dinning areas and through vast expanses of glass to the landscaped alfresco area. The spacious kitchen includes a large island bench with inset stainless-steel sink and stone bench-tops. Practicality is not left behind with plentiful drawers worked into the design. Stacking slider doors abutted by a wall of glazing lead into the alfresco area sheltered by a feature raked roof line and serviced by an outdoor kitchen. A cascading water feature from one end of the outdoor and down the side of the dining area creates a sense of serenity. A forth bedroom with an aspect to the front courtyard has been built into the downstairs floor space fro private guest quarters.

The downstairs bedroom is serviced by its own ensuite and built-in robes. A light-filled staircase, thanks to a glass balustrade, leads to an upstairs sitting area with access to a balcony via stacking doors. The main suite leads off the siting area with an expansive open ensuite and walk-in robes. The ensuite features a double vanity capped with stone, tap-wear built into the full-length mirror and a separate toilet. A second bathroom uses similar contemporary design but includes a deep bath.

See the Emporio in its full glory here.