Home living turns upside down to make the most of local views
Have you ever wondered why the living rooms in many new homes are downstairs, when the best views are often upstairs?
For those who live on the coast, downstairs living might mean that you’re short-changing yourself on making the most of a beautiful outlook. The solution?
Turn your home upside down!
For a very limited time, Metricon’s Alto home, a design that features first-floor living, will be available for viewing in Drysdale, on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula.
The Alto has been specifically designed to capitalise on blocks with elevated views.
Its open-plan living area and spacious master suite are on the first floor, while additional bedrooms and a leisure room are nestled on the ground floor.
Inspecting the Alto home in Drysdale is a rare and exclusive inspection opportunity, as it belongs to a Metricon customer who has graciously agreed to provide the home for viewing. There are currently no Metricon display homes in the region that showcase this unique floorplan.
Metricon regional west manager Simon Taylor said that not only does this inverted floor plan allow you to take advantage of charming coastal views, but having living areas on the first floor also provides better airflow, light and privacy in the spaces where you’re dining, relaxing and entertaining.
The home had its first viewing last weekend and the feedback has been very encouraging, with many people excited by the fact that Metricon offers this style of home.
This Alto 33 home with the Aspire façade boasts plenty of features: four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two separate living areas, a study, a double garage with two doors for drive-through access and walk-in pantry.
This beautiful home is only available to experience for a strictly limited time.
The Alto is available for viewing at 7 Bayvista Parade, Drysdale, 3222, and is open Saturdays and Sundays noon-5pm until Sunday May 19.
For more information about Metricon, its displays and homes, visit the website metricon.com.au.