refreshingly different

Team "relaxed family living" with a list of lust worthy features and you have the Sentosa by APG.

The builder's latest showcase, this chic two-storey in Waterford offers considerately zoned accommodation that will slip happily on to a 13mwide block.

Both space and style are catered for, with roomy areas for work, rest and play, and sought-after features such as the scullery off the kitchen, the courtyard off the main suite, the Tasmanian oak handrail to the staircase, the custom-fitted wardrobes and the stone benchtops in the kitchen, 'bathrooms and laundry.

"This is a spacious family home with a good level of finishes," Matthew Dragun, Marketing Manager at APG, says.

Matthew says the separation of spaces is important, with the main suite on the ground floor and a kids' wing upstairs, complete with a sitting room or activity zone leading out to a sizeable balcony that can also be reached from the fourth bedroom.

The space at the top of the landing has even been turned into a study nook for the kids.

That leaves the downstairs study free for budding entrepreneurs working from home.

High ceilings feature throughout most of the home flooding the house with natural light and adding to the great sense of space on a relatively slim site.

In the main suite, there's a recess for a dressing table, plus a sliding door leading out to a private courtyard to enhance the Sentosa's relaxed resort -inspired ambience.

Louvred bifolding doors separate the bedroom from the walk-in wardrobe and the ensuite.

A plinth in the big shower keeps soaps and shampoos in line.

The APG designers have also opted for a single, supersized and oh-so-stylish vanity basin that creates a real point of difference.

Proving another big hit with visitors, the kitchen features handle-free cupboards and drawers, a long window behind the cooktop and slim stone benchtops to contrast with the statement island bench. -

"The kitchen shows a fantastic gallery-style design." Matthew says.

"I really like the sense of space and the added bonus of the scullery."

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