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9 Bedroom | 15m x 40m Design

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We’re not re-inventing the wheel,
just making it better

Co-living is an affordable housing solution whereby multiple tenants live under one roof. The difference between co-living and a share house is that co-living accommodation is designed to enhance the way people live in a communal space. Specifically, the entire house is purpose built; all bedrooms have ensuites, each tenant has an their own lockable pantry & fridge, each bedroom has dial-pad locks. These are just a few of the features tailored to meet tenants needs.

Bedrooms

Nine lockable bedrooms each with their own ensuite, allows nine independent tenants to live together in our thoughtfully designed co-living homes. Co-living Victoria homes are designed to enhance the way people live together.

Design

Tenant feedback is at the heart of the co-living Victoria designs. After extensive research and surveying typical prospective tenants, we have included popular preferences in the housing designs. The majority of people surveyed, valued security, large bedrooms, their own bathroom and extra storage above all else. For these features, a large percentage stated they are willing to pay a premium weekly rent.

Kitchen

The kitchen layout provides practical functionality, allowing multiple tenants the ability to cook at any time. With an oversized stone benchtop and seating for 10+ people, the kitchen brings people together which builds a sense of community and belonging. Each tenant is provided their own lockable pantry and bar fridge.

Laundry

The laundry has been designed to improve the day to day liveability of the home, and unlike a typical shared home, has both a washing machine and a dryer.