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Wouldn’t It Be Nice to Have Some Extra Living Space?

Over the last few months, we have seen our living spaces transform to accommodate our stay-at-home lifestyle.

Presented by Premier Sotheby's Schemmel Group May 8, 2020

The game room in the guest house at 6420 Hollywood Blvd

We're all seeking a balance as we navigate throughout the day from work to school to social time all in the same spaces. Dining rooms become second offices, kitchens transition from breakfast to learning spaces and patios and garages transform into home gyms. Wouldn't it be nice to have space for everything? We can dream, right? 

Check out a few homes that feature these desirable extra spaces.

The gym at 280 Golden Gate Point, Unit 300

The office at 280 Golden Gate Point, Unit 300

AQUA – Grand Residence, 280 Golden Gate Point, Unit 300

This boutique community of only eight residences has a long list of amenities, including a full-time concierge, private elevator entrances, two-car garage, boat slip with lift, fitness studio, yoga room, wine room and waterfront heated pool and spa. In addition, this residence takes it to the next level with a private workout area and functional office space, both boasting extraordinary city and water views.

The family room at 1441 Rebecca Lane

The game room at 1441 Rebecca Lane 

The gym at 1441 Rebecca Lane 

1441 Rebecca Lane, Oyster Bay Landings

Unparalleled attention to detail and thoughtful design combine to make this home truly special. This home boasts features like a lofted game room, a home gym, an office and an impressive kitchen/family room—including a built-in planning desk with side chalkboard and a bookcase with whiteboard—not to mention an amazing waterfront location.

Outdoor views from the guest house at 6420 Hollywood Drive

The kitchen in the guest house at 6420 Hollywood Drive

Bunk beds in the guest house at 6420 Hollywood Drive

6420 Hollywood Drive, Pine Shores Estates

 This bay front home is impressive by itself, but add in the newer 1,200-square-foot guest house and it’s over the top amazing. The guest house, with its great room plan, features polished concrete floors, a vaulted ceiling, built-in bunk beds and three sides of sliding doors that make you feel like you are right on the water. Guests might never want to leave.


Schemmel Group
Joel Schemmel
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