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living upstairs with great views

The two storey Panorama display home is aptly named, with a design that maximises views from the upper living areas. APG Homes Marketing Manager, Matthew Dragun said the response to the Panorama had been fantastic.

“The beach-holiday home feel and upside-down living design has been particular popular among those looking to build near the coast or on blocks with views,” Mr Dragun said.

“This design has been very successful from both a customer response and industry perspective. The design has won a number of industry awards and has received fantastic feedback from those people who have visited the home."

“The kitchen and main living spaces area all deliberately located upstairs and open out onto an expansive balcony to maximise the enjoyment of any outlook a customer may have from their block. It fulfils all of the traditional accommodation requirements and caters for families with independent older children on the lower floor and parents on the upper floor.”

Panorama upstairs living

A big porch shelters the front door which opens to an entry hall stretching through the house to the alfresco area at the back. The three children bedrooms are on the ground floor, along with a big activity room that is connected to the alfresco area by a sliding glass door. Each bedroom is double sized and has a sliding door built-in robe. Bedroom four could serve as a guest room – it has semi-ensuite access to the bathroom.  Also on the ground floor is a separate toilet, a linen cupboard and the laundry, plus an internal door from the double garage with store. 

Upstairs is the open-plan living area at the front and across the back is a luxury-sized main suite. The bedroom has space for an east chair and a big flat screen television at the end of the bed. The extra-big ensuite has stone bench tops, two semi-recessed vanity basins, a raised bath, a double shower and a separate toilet.

The main living zone is linked to a big balcony across the width of the house via glass stacking doors. A stone-topped island bench breakfast bar with double sinks is in the kitchen, which has a wall oven, hotplate and pot drawers. A handy extra is a big walk-in pantry behind the main kitchen. Also on this floor is a semi-enclosed study, a power room and a linen cupboard. The Panorama requires a minimum frontage of 15m it has a living area of 268sqm and a total area of 352sqm.

To find out more about the Panorama click here.