Flexible living with space: the Huntley 30 design


When your need for space is great but your block size isn’t, this family home is the ideal design to create a flexible living solution

Tailor-made for young families and second-home buyers in search of additional space, the award-winning Huntley 30 ticks every box. It offers flexible living and adaptable spaces, is ideal for entertaining, and allows every family member the room they need to do their own thing without treading on each other’s toes. Not only did Rawson Homes design the Huntley 30 with the lifestyle needs of the modern family in mind, it was designed especially for smaller, narrower, modern-day blocks. While this home is perfect for a 13.5m-wide narrow block, it still manages to provide an abundance of interior space across its two cleverly designed floors.

At Rawson Homes, the design process for each home is very considered. This ensures that each element is rigorously reviewed before a design is finalised. This design needed to be big on space, functionality and flexibility — and it needed to have architectural flair so that it would stand out from other homes. The Huntley 30 offers a variety of flexible living spaces that cater to all moods, needs and wants. You have the opportunity to enjoy some quiet alone time or join in fun family activities. The larger living space at the rear of the house, which encompasses the dining and family zones, is designed to take full advantage of the outdoor living area. The inviting covered alfresco is accessed via the family room and is connected to the kitchen via a wide servery window.

When you’re in the light and airy kitchen you can easily interact with all the downstairs living spaces, both interior and exterior. You also have everything you need for daily cooking or entertaining, including a large butler’s pantry. Because of its well-considered design, the kitchen makes preparing meals, cooking and cleaning up a breeze.
The four bedrooms are upstairs, as is a rumpus room. The three minor bedrooms are serviced by a beautiful family bathroom, complete with a deep bathtub. To the rear of the second floor you will find the master suite with its spacious walk-in robe and well-appointed ensuite. If a guest room or fifth bedroom is needed, this can replace the downstairs rumpus room. As you can see, space for all was the motto when designing the Huntley 30.

As with all designs from Rawson Homes, various elements can be adapted according to each family’s needs, to better accommodate flexible living needs among families who choose the home. From the beginning, experienced new-home consultants sit down with each client and discuss their specific requirements, after which certain variations can be made to ensure the end result suits the family’s needs not just now, but also well into the future.

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