Along The Straight And Narrow

The Alpha is part of  InVogue 2-Storey Design’s display range, and just like its namesake, it looks set to be leader of the pack.

The display home showcases the possibilities of narrow living, offering homebuyers a lot to love about its well- appointed floor plan.

InVogue General Manager Jim Ilias said smart design helped enhance the space inside, despite the home’s modest 10m frontage.

“The home is light and open, which is achieved through the clever use of windows and courtyards to flood the home with natural light,” he said.

The display home showcases how narrow living and family living can go hand in hand, fitting four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a powder room into the floor plan.

“For a narrow-lot design, the home packs in a lot of features for a really sharp price,” Mr Ilias said.

Inside, the intimate entry reveals an office off to the side before continuing through to the sweeping central living areas.

The space seamlessly extends through to the outdoors, while next to the living space is the inviting home theatre.

Yet, the true hero of the space is the glamorous kitchen, with its streamlined design.

“The kitchen in The Alpha is really quite special,” Mr Ilias said. “It is spacious, light-filled and really feels like the heart of the home.”

Among the key features in the kitchen are the floating island bench, highlight splashback window and a voluminous walk-in pantry and scullery.

“We named this home The Alpha as we felt it was really a leading-edge display in terms of narrow-lot living and a home a lot of people would include at the top of their lists when looking for the perfect narrow- lot design,” Mr Ilias said.

The Alpha Display Home

Upstairs reveals the sleeping quarters, with the narrow design lending to great zoning for a family.

The kids’ quarters sit on one side of the stairwell, while the luxurious master suites sit on the other side to provide peace and quiet while still being within close reach.

“There is a balcony off the master bedroom upstairs, as well as a generous ensuite and walk-in robe,” Mr Ilias said.

The feature-packed home comes together with a stylish elevation that plays with texture.

“The elevation of The Alpha uses a mix of materials, colours and eye-catching angles to provide a compelling street presence,” Mr Ilias said.

The Alpha is open for viewing on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm and Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm.

Original article by Jack McGlinn can be read on thewest.com.au here.