At just 990 sqft, this 3BR showunit doesn’t sound especially big for a 3-bedroom, but in reality, in many ways, it’s far superior to larger condos that fall into this price range. Space is better utilized with no unnecessarily long corridors. The designers attempted to make everything in proportionate to the overall space. You don’t get extravagantly large balconies and tiny kitchens or impractical bedrooms. Space is a commodity but well used.
Immediately, the living area is spacious with a clear space where the dining table can be placed. The layout has the kitchen situated behind a structural wall making the Kitchen an enclosed area which differs to many condos and gives a much better visual entrance.
The kitchen is proportionate to the unit, it’s on the smaller side, but every metre is well used. Having counters on both sides allows for plenty of cooking space and also puts most things in arm’s reach. The washing machine is well situated and doesn’t take up valuable room. It also doesn’t take up cabinet space meaning that you still have plenty of storage room.
The washing area allows for space for a dryer and with a window located there, you still have the option of hanging clothes outside to dry. Space is at a premium, but by maximizing the space in this area of the unit they’ve allowed for larger spaces elsewhere and you can have space limitations here without losing on functionality whereas saving space on a bedroom, for example, will limit how you use the space, so it’s a sensible decision.
With regards to space, one feature that really gives a feeling of spaciousness would be the large floor to ceiling windows, not to mention the natural light that floods the unit.
The bedrooms come with laminated timber flooring, as standard. As well as built in wardrobes and sliding doors. This allows you more space to use. The master bedroom is a very good size and boasts a large ensuite bathroom.