Senza 4-23 – Eight Homes
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 or 4 living areas, double garage
Price: From $191,900
1. Front main and study for privacy
2. Unexpected kids retreat among bedrooms
3. Successful integration of a family room and informal living without need for dividing walls
Urban Life says: “The feeling of luxury and space abounds in this feature-packed delight.”
Work, rest and play in complete comfort in this feature-packed, single-level dwelling. Formerly known as the s-Seven.1, the Senza 4-28 is 28.41 squares of smart design. The positioning of the study next to the main bedroom suite at the front provides parents with much-needed peace and quiet when it’s needed. And the kids will be equally impressed by the retreat that complements the three bedrooms and bathroom in that zone. Then factor in the lounge room and family room in the informal living zone, and it’s easy to see why it has been one of Eight Homes’ most enduring designs.The appeal starts at the front, where the main bedroom wall deviates from its expected course and creates a visual stimulus between its triptych of slimline windows with whitewashed timber venetians. The suite also features walk-in robes and the en suite with black tapware, corner shower, toilet and vanity with cantilevered twin basins. The shelving in the study adds to the storage options, which include a large linen press and entertainment units. The central hub of the home is the L-shaped family room, meals area, kitchen and lounge room. The beauty of the space is that it’s easily linked in the open-plan design yet cleverly separated. The kitchen exemplifies the simplicity, with its island bench gelling sympathetically with its mosaic-tiled splashback, 900mm Omega appliances (underbench oven, canopy rangehood, five-burner gas cooktop, dishwasher and integrated microwave) and pantry. There is also a galley-style laundry that allows access from the double garage.
The Senza 4-28 is suitable for a 14m-wide block. It is open for inspection at Cranbourne East’s Livingston Estate (Bathgate Crescent) from noon to 5pm on weekdays and 11am-5pm on weekends. It is also on display at Mernda and Rockbank.