European house designs and floor plans are perceived as more stylish than all others, and that’s the sales pitch deployed the broker of this Melbourne, Australia home for sale. The home is selling for 969,000 Australian Dollars, but that rather pricey tag includes lots of amenities, all confined within the walls of an elegant, well-lit and spacious two-story residence. The new four bedroom home features a master suite on the ground floor, plus a two-car garage. The broker describes the home as being “central to the amenities and facilities of Middle and North Brighton,” and they are probably not too far off the mark. The home features generous spaces on the inside, which communicate constantly with the creative landscaping of the outdoors. The most striking feature of the home is its façade in curved wood. Past that timber wall expands a cobblestone paved arbor, laced with ivy that sprawls across the ground. Walk in through the full height main door in solid oak. You will discover a wide hallway, past which lies a garden, framed by the full-height window of the room.
House designs and floor plans that successfully combine form and function are never to pass up, and this one certainly expresses a sum of qualities. It features a designer kitchen with seamless, sheer surfaces and built-in appliances, plus plenty of seating and storage space. To the side, there’s a cozy, very private sitting room with a view to its own garden, and shielded from the outside by a curtain of trees. The master bedroom features en-suite dressing and bathroom areas, and is adjoined by a fully equipped study with lavish views out onto the garden. Upstairs, further comfort – inside the home’s additional two double bedrooms, a guest double bedroom, two bathrooms and another study area. In terms of quality and craftsmanship, the home delights and amazes with its hand-stained bespoke joinery and natural stone surfaces, exterior polished concrete walls and European slide-and-lock double glazed window systems.