The Nasmyth

Winning Range

192.17 m2

Home Size

3

3 Bedrooms

2

2 Bathrooms

2

2 Garage

10M

Suits 10M Block

Recognising that smaller, narrower blocks are becoming more popular with Perth home buyers, particularly in established suburbs due to increased density and rising land prices, the feature-packed Nasmyth by Shelford Quality Homes is ideally suited to low maintenance lots, less than 10m wide!

Combining budget, space and our winning specification, this compact home design boasts three generously-sized bedrooms, including a spacious master suite, two well-appointed bathrooms, a convenient home office and oodles of open-plan living space. With a modern façade and a contemporary Colorbond® roof, the Nasmyth by Shelford Quality Homes packs a punch with striking street appeal!

Features of the Nasmyth design

  • Suited to 10m or greater block width
  • Modern elevation with striking street appeal with your choice of render colours
  • Master Bedroom located in the middle of the home and features a spacious Walk in Robe and a well allocated Ensuite.
  • Additional 2 double Bedrooms with built in sliding robes & conveniently allocated second Bathroom with direct access from Bedroom 2
  • Gourmet style Kitchen with large built in pantry & Scullery, 900mm premium stainless-steel hotplate, range hood, tiled splashback and easy Laundry access
  • Featured breakfast bench with dishwasher recess and soft closing doors in Kitchen
  • Dining/Family offers direct sliding door access to the airy all weather Alfresco
  • Generously sized family/Dining room
  • Well located walk in Linen cupboard
  • A conveniently located Home Office
  • Secure double lock-up Garage with remote controlled sectional door and a convenient shopper entry door
  • Backed by our rock-solid Shelford Lifetime Warranty- 25 years Structural Guarantee

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