Sanrei Heights 4DK maisonette
A uniquely shaped property, literally wedged into triangle (it`s technically a trapezoid though) plot of land.
On the corner of a very quiet street just a block away from the banks of the Yodogawa river, a perfect spot for watching the fireworks?
There is quite alot going on with this place, along with the shape, the apartment is spacious, and despite what people qualified to make such statements say about triangular interiors creating “dead space” this apartment doesn’t really suffer from that problem. The second floor cleverly uses the pointy end for the bathroom and washing machine areas, where you typically don`t need that much space. The bathroom is actually quite roomy too, almost big enough to run around in.
Upstairs, the point houses a closet, simple, straightforward and smart use of the space.
The rooms of the house themselves lend themselves to use as separate bedrooms for 2 people sharing the apartment. In fat, at some point in its existence, this house was most likely a 2 generation family home. The remnants of an upstairs kitchen, as well a toilet on each floor, AND the separate entrance on the third floor too.
Another interesting property for those who are no longer happy with the standard shoebox apartment.