As most of us are spending the majority of our time at home, we can all agree on the importance of space. Not just the need for space, but the importance of maintaining different spaces in our homes so we can work towards achieving work-life balance. For example, students who are learning from home need a space devoid of distractions to stay focused on their studies. We often hear reports of families retrofitting the old coat closet as a space for a child to conduct Zoom classrooms. Others have multiple people working from home at the same time, which might mean repurposing the kitchen island and the coffee table for desk space.
Keeping your workspace and your relaxation space separate can help you keep things on track and maintain your peace of mind. Our exclusive developments were designed and built to adapt to any lifestyle changes, including working from home. Here are some of the ways our exclusive properties offer different ways to adapt to your new normal.
Open-concept homes are great for socializing, but not ideal for a work setting. Where do you go when you want some privacy? To the home office of course! At 16 Norfolk Court, part of The Residences at Sennott Park, the lower level features an open layout that can serve as one large private office or host multiple workstations. An adjacent third room provides further privacy; someone using this space for work can take personal calls and other meetings in here without disruption. Bonus: it can also easily be converted into a workout space when you aren’t taking that important conference call.
Temperatures are dropping, but that doesn’t mean we have to retreat inside just yet. An oversized backyard provides the extra space you’ll need to stretch out as you continue to spend more time at home. The spacious grassy yard and cedar-clad roof deck at 23 May Street offers homebuyers privacy and plenty of fresh air. Looking for other ways to transform your backyard into an outdoor oasis for colder weather? Try a portable outdoor heater or fire pit so you can enjoy the outdoors when temperatures drop. For more inspired design tips, check out this blog post.
Can that corner in your living room fit a desk? As it stands, most of us had to scramble to create an office in space that was already being used for our personal lives. If you’re running out of patience with working at your kitchen counter, check out our exclusive listing, The Rossmore. This unit features an extended living area that can easily fit extra tables for work or school. This single-family style home also includes an open study space designed to accommodate an office. Pro tip: a standing desk is a great space-saving solution that provides much-needed office space without taking up an entire corner of a room.
Looking for a home with plenty of space? Reach out to Britany Caruso at [email protected] to tour one of our exclusive properties today
Published: November 9, 2020
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