There’s an undeniable sense of space about the Kingfisher; a feeling of size and scale that belies its small footprint. This simple gabled form, with its clear silhouette, boasts two large bedrooms and tall, raking ceilings throughout the open-plan living area.
Behind the streamlined exterior of the Karamu sit three large bedrooms (with spacious wardrobes), a single-wall kitchen complete with walk-in pantry, and an abundance of smart storage solutions. The raked ceiling is a stand-out feature, helping to enhance the sense of space in this stylish home.
Perfect as a holiday home, investment property, or easy-care home for those looking to downsize, the Kakapo is both spacious and efficient. The streamlined kitchen, which overlooks the large dining and living areas, forms the hub of the home, while three good-sized bedrooms (including a master bedroom that enjoys direct access outside) offer ample accommodation.
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