This Pattambi house brims with magnificence under brilliance of lights at night

Contemporary box-style elevation lends a compact look to the house. Photo: Special arrangement

This quaint new home in Pattambi has been accorded a contemporary box-style elevation. Even the car porch in front is arranged in a long box shape. White is the main theme and in order to highlight the elevation they have used wooden finished tiles.

They made sure they left enough space for the front yard while building the house in a 14-cent plot. A porch, sitting room, formal living, family living, ladies' living, kitchen, workshop, and two bedrooms are on the ground floor. They have allotted two bedrooms with a living room and balcony on the upper floor. The total area is 3900 square feet.

When the owners who reside outside India come home, a lot of time is spent socializing with friends and family. So they have designated a lot of space for that purpose. They have fitted in-built seats in the sit-out area that accommodate space for several people.

An in-built aquarium is provided on the wall separating the living/dining area. They have partitioned the family living, adding privacy with pergola beams. Here the TV unit is provided.

They have an all-in-one island kitchen. The cabinet has a laminate finish. A breakfast counter has been prepared in the kitchen entry.

All four bedrooms, with attached bathrooms and fitted wardrobe spaces, are decorated in different themes. Interestingly one of the lower bedrooms has been provided with a mezzanine floor to provide a children's play area.

You can see a large paddy field behind the house. A sitting area has also been prepared at the back to enjoy the breeze and views from here. It also has a private swimming pool. The courtyard is paved with Bangalore stone. The beauty of the house is more visible when the lights are on at night.

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