The Utopia, with it’s exposed bark wood exterior, imparts a countryside-woodland character. It is designed as a holiday home yet is equally suitable for residential use. It’s a stunning creation with a strongly country character, available as a two or three bedroom home, in a choice of sizes.
Enter through the bi-fold doors that open up into the open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. The ceiling is high and vaulted, reflecting the light downwards. creating an immense feeling of space, enhanced by roof lights over both the kitchen and the lounge.
The dining suite is Italian, in a natural pale wood. The table extends to seat eight. It’s in the front corner nearest to the kitchen, bordered by two windows.
The large L-shaped velvet sofa, in a shade called sable, extends along one wall, seating seven, plus an occasional chair, in matching upholstery. Crucially, there is a lot of floor space, making the most of the open-plan aspect. The wood-effect laminate floor is co-ordinated beautifully with the pale furniture shades.
In the kitchen, all the appliances are Bosch; an oven, a microwave with grill above it, a four burner hob, a large fridge-freezer and a dishwasher. An array of lockers and cabinets creates a vast amount of storage. More storage is within the island unit, together with a wine cooler; you can opt for a breakfast bar extension to this unit.
The island unit creates a natural room divider – the opposite side to the kitchen creates a TV housing.
The main bedroom contains three wardrobes, a deskstyle dressing table, plus cabinets on each side of the bed, creating an enormous amount of storage space. The room’s radiator is hidden under the dressing table – a nice touch of practicality and refinement.
The en suite shower room has two washbasins, each with mirrored cabinets above. Pale grey floor tiles contrast with darker grey tiles in the shower and above the basins. The whole effect is stunning. A really large radiator takes care of towel-drying needs.
The three-feet-wide twin beds in the second bedroom are zip-link construction, which means they can be joined together to create a double bed. The wardrobe is large, and with hinges that enable the doors to open right back.
Centrally located, the family bathroom features an over-bath shower, a large oval basin and downlighter spotlights. Close by is an airing cupboard, with a heater in the base, ideal for towel storage.
Opposite the hallway is a storage room also containing a washer-dryer.
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