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March 11, 2012

The Sunday Times

The Switcheight300 the newest display launched by Switch Homes for Living is practically two homes in one, making it ideal for those intending to share accommodation Switch Homes for Livings latest display home was designed to suit buyers with unusual living circumstances, including multi generational households and people who have pooled their resources to get a foot on the property ladder. The builders new Switcheight300 display was deliberately designed “outside the square” to include two separate living zones that are linked by the kitchen and alfresco area. Switch Homes for Livings sales and marketing manager Lee Morris says the homes functionality is its greatest drawcard, particularly for families, couples living with ageing parents or adult children, and co buyers who are sharing the dwelling. “Living conditions are changing. More people are buying homes with siblings or friends as a way of entering the market or families are cohabiting with elderly parents so weve designed a home that feels like two homes in one,” Lee says. “We’ve also designed this home to maximise space, which is a valuable commodity for any homebuyer. The home is equipped with in built storage, which means theres no compromise on style, youre not sacrificing living space for furnishings for storage and it has great on sale value as more and more buyers are factoring in storage as a priority.” Other impressive features include the face brick exterior with contemporary tiling and broad windows. The glazed front door opens to one of the open plan living areas. From here glass sliding doors open to the central alfresco. The master suite is also at the front of the home and has a bright, modern ensuite with twin basins, large windows and feature tiling. It also has a big walk in robe. Glazed doors in the main bedroom open to a private porch. The three other bedrooms are accessed from a central living room in the rear wing, which also opens to a courtyard, further promoting the homes ability to accommodate independent shared living.

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