This Contemporary Home Offers all the Space and Panache Multigenerational Families Demand


Offering the versatility a growing family needs, this stunning multigenerational home, which incorporates a second dwelling (or dual living unit), caters for all life stages.

The main home of the Harmony 29 features three bedrooms; the dual living unit one. Both offer generous living spaces and a high level of design detail.

“The dual living unit is ideal for private guest accommodation, adult children or elderly parents,” says Sandra Setian, MOJO Homes’ Interior Designer. “If using it for grandparents there are many benefits, one being they can act as babysitters so that both parents can return to the workforce, thereby improving their future financial position.

“Having two separate dwellings, each with an independent entry, under one roof not only offers privacy and flexibility, it also provides the opportunity to generate income. The separate residence can be rented out or used as an Airbnb.”

When designing the Harmony 29, MOJO Homes’ goal was to create a sophisticated, versatile and functional home without sacrificing any space in the living areas in the main residence. “The main home offers multiple living spaces, including a children’s activity area that can be easily modified to a home theatre — just one example of the home’s flexibility,” says Sandra.

“It also features a centralised living hub and easy connectivity to all other areas of home. This includes the contemporary kitchen with its Caesarstone White Shimmer benchtops, Laminex Baye and Laminex Natural Teak cabinetry and mosaic-tiled feature splashback. Moreover, the design celebrates our love of the outdoors by offering a seamless connection between the indoors and out. This is reflected in the generous outdoor entertaining and living area located to the rear of the main home.”

The dual living unit floor plan is just as practical and well-considered, and the style reflects that of the main home. Both dwellings display the same attention to detail and high degree of liveability, and both benefit from an intelligent, space-maximising layout that means no compromises were made in either residence.

“For both residences, the interior design concept was Modern Country. The scheme is quite contemporary with rustic and country elements that speak to the display home’s regional setting on the Central Coast in NSW,” says Sandra. “The colour palette is predominantly grey and white with warm timber accents in the joinery and furniture.

“The exterior also reflects this, with the modern-looking facade featuring moody grey hues and the window frames and cedar timber battens adding rusty tones and visual warmth. Although there are two separate dwellings, the facade of the Harmony 29 has strong street appeal and it’s not evident to passers-by that there are two entry points.”

If you would like to experience the space and style of the Harmony 29 first-hand, you can visit the display home at Housing World Watagan Park in Cooranbong, NSW. “You’ll be immediately impressed by the easy flow from front to back, the generously proportioned rooms, and the functionality and aesthetics, all of which combine to create a home that delivers multiple lifestyle options to meet your needs today and for generations to come,” says Sandra.

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