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Going the extra Nile | The West Australian

Commanding attention with its generous open-plan living and mirroring alfresco space, The Nile by B1 Homes is well-suited to those with a love for entertaining.

Comprising the rear of the floor plan, the open-plan living, dining, kitchen and double-sized alfresco offers plenty of space to play host, and then some.

The indoors and outdoors seamlessly connect via double sliding doors and a kitchen servery window, which B1 Homes Sales Manager Colin Giuffre said was a strong talking point for people who visited the display.

“The alfresco is The Nile’s most favourable feature and lends itself well to entertaining all year round,” he said.

Suited to the common 15m-wide block, The Nile has been designed on a large block to showcase the entertaining possibilities to homebuyers.

“Being on a larger block meant we could get creative with the outdoor area,” Mr Giuffre said.

“This is especially shown through features such as the servery window from the kitchen and the breakout area with fire pit.”

The Nile also flaunts plenty of family living features, with its four bedrooms and two bathrooms complemented by clever use of zoning.

“The master suite with a huge walk-in robe and ensuite is separate to the minor bedrooms and main living areas, which is exactly what many homebuyers are after,” Mr Giuffre said.

“The home, already with four bedrooms, also has a welcoming theatre room.”

With a floor plan encompassing 270sqm of living space, The Nile offers a design for comfortable family living.

“For homebuyers searching for a larger more accommodating home, The Nile is a spacious home and well-designed for entertaining,” Mr Giuffre said.

The location in The Glades Estate at Byford played a key role in the home’s final look, according to Mr Giuffre.

“The rural and country surroundings played an influence in the design, which we mixed with modern contemporary to suit the target market,” he said.

“The front facade draws inspiration from the rural surroundings with warm earthy tones in the feature landscape walls that are continued through the timber decking and treated pine post screens.”

The display is located in Byford and is open for viewing on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm.

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