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Family to the fore | The West Australian

With flexibility and individuality at its heart, The Gaia from GO Homes ticks all the boxes when it comes to contemporary family living.

The key to achieving this is providing space for togetherness and separation in equal measure, allowing for both communal and private spaces, according to GO Homes Sales Manager Rhys Watters.

The open-plan living area connects the whole family in one zone.
Camera IconThe open-plan living area connects the whole family in one zone. Credit: Joel Barbitta/Supplied.

“The main part of the house is that middle, open living area that interacts with the outdoor alfresco and theatre room,” he said.

“It is designed to encourage families to come together rather than separate to different ends of the home, but at the same time it has generous-sized bedrooms, enough for queen beds in each, so when the kids need their space or to study, they can do that in their rooms.”

The three secondary bedrooms all feature their own built-in robe and share a private bathroom, while the parents’ retreat with a walk-in robe and ensuite offers a great spot to relax.

Another place to relax is in the theatre room, which offers a great spot to sit down with your favourite movie.

Next door you will find the area which ties the home together – the stunning kitchen fitted with ample storage space, high-quality Smeg appliances and a spacious Essastone island benchtop.

“The kitchen has a massive bench right in the middle; right in the heart of the home,” Mr Watters said.

This area then seamlessly connects to the outdoor alfresco for that sought-after outdoor connection.

The alfresco seamlessly connects the to the indoors, perfect for entertaining guests year-round.
Camera IconThe alfresco seamlessly connects the to the indoors, perfect for entertaining guests year-round. Credit: Joel Barbitta/Supplied.

“One thing we are big on is, being that the Perth weather is so good, even in winter you really want to have that space transition out to the alfresco, making outside feel like a part of your living area,” Mr Watters said.

“The Gaia’s alfresco is designed to expand your living space, not just be an outdoor area.”

Rounding off the home is the inspired front elevation, which Mr Watters said offered up something different.

“This one has a pretty funky elevation,” he said.

“We have tried to showcase what we can do with the Brikmakers brick that we use, and create something a bit different. It showcases what we can do with the core product in WA.”

The display home is open on Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 12-5pm.

The Gaia

Beds 4

Baths 2

Address 20 Awati Way, Jindalee

Price Similar designs from $195,000

Builder GO Homes

Contact 6555 7510

www.gohomes.com.au

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