(SPOT.ph) Industrial-style homes are commonly preferred by homeowners who want a minimalist, modern design to match their style. It’s simple and sleek, yet embodies sophistication without the need for opulence. Other home seekers may shy away from this design because it is often seen as rigid and cold in contrast to the warmth of a traditional-style home. But if you’re looking for a house that manages to strike a balance between the two, then you need to check out this Quezon City home.
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Sitting on an 800 square-meter lot in Loyola Grand Villas, this two-storey house breaks away from the boxy template of its counterparts. Instead, it uses Asian sensibilities in its structure and design to create a natural flow that gives it charm. The façade plays around with a mix of textures and depths to create an eye-catching appearance that is the definition of curbside appeal. Inside, it boasts water features and beautiful landscaping aside from its many amenities. We run down some of the coolest details of this home below.
Get a look at this modern sanctuary Presello home located in Quezon City:
Rich, dark tones set the atmosphere
The façade makes use of varying textures in deep, rich tones to create an alluring ambiance. It recreates the industrial look using wood, cement finishes, dark tones, and steel using premium materials.
The garage is accessible through a side door and a covered pathway
The carport not only sits six vehicles comfortably but it also features an elegantly-designed garage ceiling with cove lighting. A covered pathway leads homeowners into the house via a side door, keeping them protected from the elements.
Serenity greets you at the door
Upon entering the property, the pathway isn’t a straight line to the front door. Instead, it playfully curves to draw your attention toward the front lawn for a view of a koi pond. Instant calm vibes.
The main entryway features a striking curved staircase
When entering the home, you will be greeted by a beautiful curved staircase that leads up to the second floor. Designed with a raw cement finish plus steel and wood railings, it is a feature that both stands out strongly but softens the straight angles of the space.
High ceilings and picture windows provide an abundance of natural light
Don’t be fooled by the dark exterior; this home is bright, spacious, and vibrant on the inside. Bright walls and floor tiles allow the light from the large fixed windows to bounce to all corners of the space both on the ground and second floor.
The dining room has unobstructed views of the pool and garden
Glass-panel sliding doors provide picturesque views of the courtyard even from the entryway. This is the perfect backdrop for family gatherings. Plus, we can’t not note the beautifully-crafted wood table that just calls for a feast.
The open kitchen is in a sleek, modern design with multiple storages
The kitchen has an open design that flows from the dining area and back. It has a huge island counter that’s perfect for entertaining. Plus, the expansive countertop hides all the storage units to keep the space neat and clutter-free.
There’s a dedicated indoor and outdoor service area and quarters
An indoor service area complete with cabinets and a sink is connected to the main kitchen. There is also enough space to fit a stovetop oven. Through this area, you can find a spacious staff room also with a big window to provide the space with plenty of natural light. Staff also have their own private bathroom. Just outside this space, there is a covered outdoor service area where washers and dryers can be placed.
The entire house wraps around the swimming pool
Thanks to its C-shape architecture, the center of the entire home is the swimming pool. Not only is there access to the pool from the dining area but also from the first-floor bedrooms. Talk about a resort vibe.
Around 100 square meters' worth of space is dedicated to outdoor areas
The property sits on an 800 square-meter lot, so a pretty sizable chunk has been left to let the outdoors in, so to speak. Around 100 square meters were used to have pockets of landscaping around the home—including the garden located past the courtyard.
A stunning piece of artwork is on display
Along the ground-floor hallway is a large painting acquired by the owners specifically for this wall space. It is a nice focal point from when you’re in the dining area and gives a gallery-like ambiance while walking through the hallway.
There’s a super spacious home theater
Situated strategically next to the dining area is the home theater! Think of it as a way to allow entertainment to seamlessly flow from one room to another—more importantly, it makes it easier to pick up a few (or a lot of) snacks during movie nights. It is designed with a built-in media center and raised flooring at the rear portion of the room to give viewers seated at the back unobstructed views.
The home office is in a prime spot of the house
Located in the front corner of the first floor, the home office is the perfect spot to get work done. Natural light streams in from windows on two walls of the room, which also allow a glimpse of the koi pond on the front lawn. The room also has an en suite bathroom so it can be converted to an additional bedroom if needed.
Every bedroom has big windows, an en suite
All the bedrooms are designed with large windows to have great views of the outdoor areas around the home and so all rooms are bathed in natural lighting. With the simple layouts, occupants can easily add their personal touches to each of the rooms. Every room houses an en suite bathroom so each occupant has a space all of their own.
..and walk-through closets
Storage won’t be an issue for room occupants on the second floor. Each room, although size and layout may differ, has a walk-through closet towards the en suite bathroom. The master bedroom’s walk-through closet is as big as a big room and was left bare so homeowners can customize the storage units to match their needs.
One upstairs bedroom has a balcony and a bathtub
And it’s not even the official master’s bedroom (though of course you can choose to make it so!). Nicely situated in the corner spot of the second floor, this bedroom features a balcony that looks out to the front of the house, giving a great view of the lush neighborhood and the koi pond just below. The en suite bathroom also has a bathtub in place of a walk-in shower which is great for occupants who prefer long baths or for families with kids.
The master bedroom has picture-perfect views of the pool and garden
Not only does the master bedroom have an abundance of space but it is also overflowing with beautiful natural light streaming from its large windows. They also show an amazing view of the garden and swimming pool below.
For more details, visit Presello's website or their Facebook page
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