BLOCKS may be getting smaller, but that doesn't mean you can't live even larger, as the latest work from Perry Homes proves.
The Tweed-headquartered builder left its southern nest and developed its latest display home at the northern end of the Gold Coast in Coomera.
The display name is fitting Fresh 244 as Perry Homes developed the small block with new eyes to challenge tradition.
Perry Homes executive Kaye Durre says Fresh 244 is a great choice for those wanting to build a four-bedroom home on a narrow block.
"The main bedroom at the front of the house features a stylish ensuite and walk-in robes, while all other bedrooms are situated around the main living areas," she says.
"The addition of a separate media room provides for great family living.
"The combined kitchen, dining and informal lounge flow freely to the undercover outdoor summer lounge and patio. The open-plan kitchen with island bench is complemented with a very spacious walk-in larder providing great storage solutions."
Perry Homes has attracted significant interest since opening the display home in late 2015.
Kaye says many people are keen to see just how much home they can squeeze into a narrow lot for a very competitive price.
"It's also given us great exposure to the fast expanding Upper Coomera area."
For its innovative design on the Fresh 244, Perry Homes took out the Display Home up to $250,000 award at the 2016 Gold Coast Housing & Construction Awards.
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