Explore Common Bedroom at Mori Condo - a 710 sqft unit
This room is large for a Common Bedroom, especially for a 710 sqft unit in Mori, so there is plenty of room for a single bed or a queen size bed. The one shown here is a Single, with side cushions showing how big a Queen would look in this space. It's certainly comfortable, and with your study area tucked away in the corner, it's perfect for families of four with independent kids in the Common Bedroom. The built-in wardrobe here features open shelves right at the top for storage, built-in LED lights, trouser hangers, and a clear glass top that makes it easy to see the accessory tray.
Mori Condo has a Common Bedroom located opposite the Kitchen and next to it is a Common Bathroom. This is definitely one of my favorite parts of this layout. It is located away from the Master Bedroom, giving the respective occupants more privacy. More importantly, if you buy this apartment for investment purposes, it is certain that your tenants will appreciate the added exclusivity here as well.
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In fact, for this Mori's Common Bedroom, you could easily install a door to house this room, which could enhance its rental appeal optically. To the right is the entrance to the Master Bedroom, and to the left is the Common Bedroom. If you notice, the nook is actually a very useful space when the interior designers have cleverly turned it into a small study. It adds an element of practicality without compromising the actual bedroom space. While facing the AC ledge is hardly the most enjoyable source of inspiration as you study, it's still a lot better than facing blank wall.
Also, while you don't get windows that stretch the length of the unit, what's interesting is that you do get full-strength windows despite having an aircon ledge just outside. In short, for almost every other room (perhaps everything else in fact) that has just come out, rooms with exterior air-conditioning ledges are usually dimmed in the bottom half for aesthetic purposes. However, in this case, the developers chose to accept it instead, which I agree with because it helps lighten the unit.
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