For the family – this thoughtfully designed home offers everything the modern family needs to live simply but well.
Offering all the beauty and versatility of the smaller Tivoli 27, the two-storey Tivoli 30, on display at HomeWorld Leppington, gives you a bit of extra space along with a raft of intelligently designed features and imaginative solutions that make it an exceptional family home for a narrow lot.
Says Sandra Setian, Interior Designer Display Homes, MOJO Homes, “You’ll love the way the open family space at the rear is the heart of your home — a place for everyone to come together for meals, lazy Sunday breakfasts and long afternoons in the sun. Then there is the home theatre, a quiet escape for movie nights, while upstairs the children’s activity area will be where the teenagers head for privacy in their own chill-out space.
“The flexibility of the design means that it can carry a family across multiple life stages,” she adds. “Just as importantly, having all bedrooms and a dedicated children’s area together on the top floor means there is scope to offer private entertainment areas to both adults and children.”
The Tivoli 30 also ticks two other very important boxes for today’s family. One is the inclusion of a home office. Located beside the front entry for maximum peace and quiet, it caters for the growing trend towards people working from home. The other is how well the design maximises the living potential of a narrow lot. The Tivoli 30 offers four generous bedrooms and three living spaces while still fitting on a lot with a frontage of under 10m.
Featuring a light and airy Scandi theme, the interior design of the display home revolves around a colour palette of predominantly white and grey with oak timbers and pale mint accents. “The pale tones of the versatile 600mm x 600mm tiling to the floors in the living areas give the home a summery feel while the timber accents in the stairs and kitchen cabinetry inject some visual warmth,” says Sandra.
“The amazing stone wall to the centre of the stairwell, clad in Boral Country Ledgestone in Echo Ridge, is an awesome feature to the entry of this home — one that adds texture and a mix of warming, earth tones. To imbue each room a different personality, in some we have used carefully selected wallpaper while in the dining and living area, the mint green feature wall, painted in Taubmans Rain Song, provides a serene backdrop.”
Of the home’s external appearance, Sandra says, “The facade and rear exterior are both super-contemporary, with the Luxe facade and its block shapes a standout on the street. Stone cladding used internally has also been added to the front, while a stylish modern awning over the pool adds another contemporary design element.”
The rear entertaining and living space is another key feature of the display home. “The pool and outdoor entertaining area are the icing on the cake, with designer laser-cut screens and the water from the pool both reflecting amazing shapes and light back into the home,” adds Sandra.
“In fact, the Tivoli is designed for the avid entertainer and families have a wide choice of click-on upgrades and options,” she continues. “The walk-in pantry in the kitchen can be upgraded to a butler’s pantry with a second sink area, for example, and the alfresco can be upgraded to our Grand Outdoor Living option which measures 3.3m x 4.2m.”
As you can see, the Tivoli 30 provides everything the modern family needs as it grows — and it does so with a space-maximising design and highly flexible floor plan that makes it an ideal solution for narrow-lot living.
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