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Relaxed family home ideal for entertaining by Landmark Homes

Karapiro weatherboard house by Landmark Homes with separate lounge, indoor-outdoor flow is great for rural and urban sites

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The Karapiro home by Landmark Homes works well in both urban and rural settings.

Lifestyle is about personal freedom whether chatting in an airy designer kitchen or enjoying the winter sun from a sheltered outdoor room.

Landmark Homes offers just such a relaxed lifestyle in its versatile Karapiro design. Easy family living is a priority for this classic-style house, suited to both urban and rural sites, says Landmark's Debbie Clarke.


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A chefs kitchen with walk-in scullery is at the heart of the home.

"Living spaces in the Karapiro soak up the sun and views, and open through bi-fold and French doors to a generous outdoor living room protected from the elements year-round."

The home's gracious entry leads directly to living areas, leaving all four bedrooms privately removed. The contemporary, light-filled kitchen is a central focus of the residence offering an informal gathering point for family.

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The covered outdoor room in Landmark Homes Karapiro house design can be enjoyed in any weather and has feature stone pillars.

"The Karapiro is perfect for entertaining and enjoying the company of friends," says Clarke.

Visit the Landmark Homes Karapiro show home, Eastside Estate, Jean Millington Lane, Maunu, Whangarei, phone (09) 438 8499, or go to the website: www.landmarkhomes.co.nz

Story by: Trendsideas

04 May, 2016

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