De­mand high for light and airy de­signs

Hamptons-style homes are on the rise in Queens­land with home buy­ers tak­ing their in­spi­ra­tion from the Amer­i­can east coast

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Stock­land gen­eral man­ager of res­i­den­tial Queens­land, Kings­ley An­drew, said the de­vel­oper was see­ing a spike in in­ter­est for Hamptons-style homes in its Queens­land res­i­den­tial com­mu­ni­ties.

“The de­mand has been so strong that we’ve worked with our builder part­ners to fea­ture Hamptons-style homes in the dis­play vil­lages of our New­port, Aura and Sovereign Pocket com­mu­ni­ties, so buy­ers can come along and see the qual­ity and beauty of a Hamptons home up close,” Mr An­drew said.

The pop­u­lar­ity of the Hamptons-style home sees a re­turn to the more tra­di­tional, post­card-pretty houses sym­bolic of beach­side liv­ing in Queens­land.

“Buy­ers have seen the beauty of the older Queens­lan­der homes be­ing ren­o­vated in Hamptons-style in South East Queens­land and they want to achieve the same style of el­e­gant home with­out the has­sle of a ren­o­va­tion,” Mr An­drew said.

“Not only that, but build­ing a brand new home means buy­ers can design the home that’s right for them with­out hav­ing to work around ex­ist­ing fea­tures of an older house that may not suit their re­quire­ments.”

The trend is prov­ing to be a pop­u­lar style at The El­e­ments, an ex­cit­ing new vil­lage at the Sun­shine Coast’s Aura com­mu­nity.

“These ex­quis­ite homes blend in­door and out­door liv­ing seam­lessly, mak­ing them a per­fect fit for a tran­quil set­ting like The El­e­ments,” Mr An­drew said.

“We’re also see­ing a lot of in­ter­est in the As­ton Mi­lan Hamptons dis­play home at our wa­ter­side New­port com­mu­nity as buy­ers seek a light, airy home to suit their coastal life­style.”

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