This showflat is one of the ground-floor unit with PES. However, the layout for all 4-bedders are similar - only difference is the size of the PES/Balcony.
The two "typical" sizes for 4-bedders are 1,313sqft amd 1,367sqft, which give you about 1,200sqft of interior space after deducting the balcony area and aircon ledges. There are no planter boxes or bay windows to worry about.
The living/dining area is rectangular-shaped but a tad small. It comes with compressed marble flooring, 2.9-metre ceiling height and even a dry kitchen.
The private enclosed space (PES) is huge - more than 700sqft worth - which is even larger than the 1-bedroom apartment within the development. The unit comes with private lap pool, which we reckon will only take about 3 strokes to get from end to end.
The kitchen is pathetically small. So those who enjoy cooking up a storm will be particularly disappointed. And fitting 2 people to work comfortably inside will also pose some challenge.
The home shelter (aka maid's room) is a narrow rectangular strip, which means customized bed is the order of the day.
The common bathroom is good-sized and comes fitted with Hansgrohe bathroom and Vitra toilet fittings.
The two common bedrooms are really tiny. Bedroom 3 may not look the part but notice two of the solid walls are replaced by wooden partitions while the wardrobe is removed.
Bedroom 4 is actually a better representation of the kind of space you can expect with your common bedrooms. There is barely any room left after you put in a single bed!
The junior suite is long and narrow, which accounts for the bed design displayed in the showflat. The wife and I reckon that space will be tight if you try to fit a bed across the width of this bedroom (as per the floor plan).
The master bedroom is quite spacious, if you can make do with a "Queen" bed. It comes with rather nice-looking laminated timber-wood flooring, which is a common feature in all the bedrooms.
The master bathroom is surprisingly huge. You get a long-bath (only available with the 4-bedders and penthouses) plus an adjacent standing shower, while the "leopard-print like" feature-wall provides an interesting touch. However, do not expect marble floors/walls nor "rain shower".
In general, the wife and I quite liked the layout of the 4-bedroom apartment in The Luxurie. All the living areas and bedrooms are regular-shaped with no odd nooks or corners. However, the common bedrooms and especially the kitchen are too small for comfort. Then again, with an interior area of only about 1,200sqft, something gotta give.
Pricing wise, be prepared to pay between $1,000 - $1,100psf.