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“AS PART OF A SUBDIVIDED BLOCK, THIS FRONT SITE
WAS TRANSFORMED INTO A HOME THAT’S INDIVIDUAL
YET COMPLEMENTS THE REAR HOME”
‘BOULEVARD’ BELMONT HOME
As part of a subdivided block, this 420sqm
front site was transformed into a home that is
individual yet complements the rear home.
A strong emphasis was placed on the kitchen,
living and outdoor areas, plenty of storage,
suitability for all types of families, good-sized
bedrooms and effective use of a small lot.
With some help from Outside In’s landscape
architectural design and construction team,
the home’s large 12m frontage was utilised
to its full advantage.
Inside, sophisticated tones of the open-plan
kitchen, dining and living areas lead seamlessly
to two separate outdoor entertaining areas.
Beautiful metal artworks were designed
in-house and the open-tread steel-spine
staircase is a feature on its own.
The Sydney Blue Gum staircase leads to the
first floor where the whole family can relax in
the theatre room.
And finally, three generous-sized bedrooms and
two bathrooms invite you to stay a little longer.
The stunning home was finished to the highest
standard with products from HS Reflections
lighting, Balustrading WA, BGC Building, Rick
Hart, monierprime roofing, and more.
THIS PAGE The street-facing
Belmont home features a light colour
palette that complements darker
feature walls and artworks for an
overall contemporary feel.
OPPOSITE PAGE While modern
in design, soft furnishings in the
rear ‘gallery’ home create a warm
atmosphere and cosy family retreat.
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