Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

IT’S no longer steadily you get to be impressed via a 6m-high ceiling. And impressive it is.That’s the beauty of a two-storey home – there’s house to play with and even though this is upward and no longer outward, there’s a sense of sumptuous as you arch your neck, look up and notice dappled delicate bouncing off the ceiling over the top above you.
I’m at Lightsview at the western end of the suburb, visiting Gallery Living’s new Terrace 200, a 201.55sq. three-bedroom terrace home which goes snugly on one amongst the compact blocks in this common new-build locale.
While a terrace home can on no account be compared to a same old family design, this style of compact home is as a lot regarding the viewpoint, location and way of living as it is regarding the sq. meterage.

Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

The 6m over the top ceiling is a great counter balance to the scale of this design since the get admission to void is in fact higher than this home is large. At 5.5m large and 22.5m deep, the Terrace 200 is designed to absorb all the width of a over the top density block.
“Gallery Living has 10 standard Terrace and Duplex homes in our ‘Urban Range’ which are designed for making the most of your investment on narrow-blocks in higher-density land,” Gallery Living’s product sales manager Russell Slater says.
“The Terrace 200 is absolute best for narrower a lot which could be turning into additional prevalent in new land estates and through our additional established suburbs.
“The home demonstrates how clever design adds value and gives the feeling of a generous family-sized home as you walk through.”

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Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

And that’s exactly what that void does on get admission to. As you look up the stairs or walk down them, there’s a clear view to the out of doors so you actually really feel like there’s a heap of house spherical you.
Downstairs, a long hall to the best results in the home’s living space plus a couple of out of doors terraces, while upstairs you’ll find three bedrooms, two toilets and a know about house, all with large symbol home home windows.
What I love best possible conceivable about terrace properties is how architects and interior designers cram all the choices of a higher home and make them art work, somehow compactly, into a sensible and creative design to suit those who want a low maintenance way of living – or in all probability no garden to have a tendency to.

Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

“It all comes down to design,” Russell says. “Terrace consumers shouldn’t want to compromise on storage or spacious light-filled areas and great design integrates wow choices that make all the difference to the best way through which a home feels.
“All of our homes have been designed to improve lifestyles and the Terrace 200 embodies this spirit.”
This graceful home moreover surprises with a bold focal point. The living/consuming and kitchen space is a hub that sits in between an within courtyard and each different courtyard at the rear. On the other hand the point of interest proper right here is on the bushes clad wall that frames the built-in gross sales area consuming zone. With its decreased ceiling, a long bench seat and consuming table, there’s enough seating to fit 8-10 other folks merely. The wall choices the an identical topic subject material as used on the ground, QuickStep’s Variano in Royal Grey Oak, and it’s a striking feature with a surprising tone.

The European laundry in Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

The consuming space is smart as smartly, maximising the space to its best possible conceivable get advantages.
There’s further seating at the kitchen’s island bench too. Confirmed in cool concrete tones, bushes veneer and white, the kitchen is a whole size galley-style and certainly not compact.
It has a heap of storage and when I say that I indicate it almost definitely has additional kitchen storage than the typical home with clever mixtures of super deep cupboards, slender ones for spices and on a common foundation prerequisites, tall cupboards, plus bi-fold doors hiding a lot more storage and open shelving to your favourite items. Drawers are relaxed close, so that they get a tick, and there’s room for the microwave right through the island.
The storage zone continues along the hallway where behind a monetary establishment of bi-fold doors reveal a European-style laundry smartly tucked behind. It’s a superb size, with room for a washer and dryer, a sink and further cupboards. Next to this, positive, there’s a lot more storage, this time beneath the stairs so it’s ideally suited for seasonal items such since the Christmas tree or Halloween decorations.

Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

“There is no wasted space in the Terrace 200 and all the ‘transitional’ spaces of passages and stairwells have been used to also include storage options,” Russell says. “This maximises every available square metre and also locates all storage in conveniently accessible locations.”
Two outdoor courtyards moreover create impact, each and every for the light they convey about into the home along with allowing homeowners somewhere to take a seat outdoors throughout the sunshine.
“One of the best features of the Terrace 200 is the central courtyard that brings light and a sense of space – a rare find in standard terrace designs, which creates the perfect private outdoor space to relax in,” Russell says.

Gallery Living’s Terrace 200 at Lightsview. Symbol: Nick Clayton.

Upstairs, you’ll find there’s a lot more storage with linen cupboards, built-in open shelving for books, plus a material cloth cabinet in each of the three bedrooms.
The media space is superb use of house and flexible in that it could be adapted to suit a home place of work via to a place for kids to check or play video video games.
At the front, the main bedroom is generous with a pleasant private balcony to experience.
The practical, fashionable ensuite and main bathroom take a seat down all sides of the lightwell and look down over the courtyard, and with nice long home home windows for superb delicate my best tip is you would possibly want to be able to upload some blinds for privacy.

On the facade, Gallery Living’s use of the latest building materials means your home won’t seem to be each other area on the street, Russell says.
“Lightweight construction coupled with design that promotes natural light and open space, means your home will stand out for all the right reasons – and will outperform other options from an energy efficiency perspective,” he says.
“You have a large amount of flexibility in terms of fixtures and fittings for the home, and also using different materials and colour options for the facade of the home to add your personal touches.”
In my ideas, the Terrace 200 will cross smartly with a host of quite a lot of other folks, from first-home consumers via to retirees to investors.
“The design works well for investors who are subdividing allotments or for owner-occupiers who are downsizing by knocking down their existing home and replacing it with two or more new homes,” Russell says.
While this home isn’t open for weekly inspections, it is open any time via appointment.

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