A plan view is always a good place to start to get oriented. The first thing I notice is that the home is divided into two large squares; one for the public areas and one for the private spaces. A long rectangular terrace also provides space for two outdoor rooms.
The living room is comfortable and the open plan helps it feel like it is huge. I can see the dining area over behind the sofa and the kitchen with a casual eating area too.
The dining area is flexible and it’s easy to imagine a family dinner or a big party having plenty of space to spread out to enjoy the whole large area.
Whoever is doing the food preparation can still be part of whatever is going on. It’s a nice touch that the end of the island extends into the main area which helps bring the whole room together.
Just off to the left there is a big laundry room that also provides storage space to help keep the kitchen clutter-free.
To move into the rest of the house let’s head down the L-shaped hallway on the left.
The doors on the left lead first to the toilet and then into a large and nicely fitted out bathroom. The curves on the cabinet and in the sink add a graceful touch.
A spacious and comfortable-looking home office is at the end of the hall, ready for some necessary work or relaxing fun.
As you continue down the hallway to the right you’ll find both bedrooms with plenty of room and access to the outside terrace too.
The master bedroom is to the right and has double sliding door access to the terrace.
To the left (out of the view) is a big dressing room and plenty of storage.
The “room” right outside on the terrace has comfortable seating for relaxing, especially on those long, lazy Sundays.
There are quite a few great spots for eating or just sitting and enjoying the sunshine or the stars, including this one right outside the living room.
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