Retro Minimalist Coatesville. It’s located in the hills, presents a panorama like the mountains panorama. The houses were built on hills with contoured broad view. This nature residential concept is supported by residential neighborhood that’s laid out well. It’s different with other developers who would rather cut and flatten the land surface contour. The tourism city developers preserve the original land contour. Hilly land would make the neighborhood more attractive.
Tourism City developers start to build a house with cluster system several years ago. One cluster that being built is Coatesville that designed with retro minimalism style. Two-story house is divided into several types, ranging from type 107 (8x18m), type 156 (9x18m), type 169 which has two sizes of 9x18m and 9x20m, type 189 (11x20m), type 244 (12x22m), and type 288 (15x22m).
Tourism City area including flood-free area, because it is in the highlands. The development strongly consider the existing of vegetation or nursery. Similarly, the quality of open spaces, closed spaces and waste water disposal infrastructure. For those who like a house with modern style, cluster Coatesville may be an alternative option. This house appearance with retro minimalist design can give the image more grand. The room Arrangement also focuses on the function and simple by prioritizing space hierarchy.
Allowing sunlight come in to illuminate the room is one of the more value that can be enjoyed by people that living in tropical climate. This natural condition makes the existence of window in residential has important role, especially when associated with eco-friendly homes to save energy consumption of man-made.
By offering several home selections, the developer hopes the house quickly sold out. Two-story house facade adopting a retro minimalist style that has four bedrooms with a garden in front and side of the house. All private rooms are placed on the second floor.