HAMPTONS-STYLE OFFERS ELEGANCE
ENJOY COASTAL WARMTH AND COSINESS
When it comes to blending sophisticated design with coastal warmth and cosiness, the Hamptons-style home offers both timeless elegance and a relaxed beach style suited to the Australian way of life, according to Coral Homes executive chief Steve Foley.
Coral Homes has just released a Hamptonsstyle home design, which Mr Foley said was on offer, minus a ridiculous price tag.
“Using our award-winning Grange 25 home design, which recently took out the 2018 Best Single Level Home Design at the Stockland Vibe Awards, this Hamptons-style home features plenty of living space, and is on display at 18 Brookbent Rd, Pallara, with prices starting from $210,300,” Mr Foley said.
“Styled to perfection, the house features a classic Hamptons colour palette, beautifullydetailed interior and exterior wall panelling, and dark wooden flooring.
“This clever design used traditional lines with Shaker-style kitchen cabinetry; it provides flowing indoor-to-outdoor living, as well as French double doors leading out onto a secondary outdoor space. This home is sure to take your breath away.”
Mr Foley said the home’s simplistic luxury fixtures and fittings were what made the coastal chic home a must-see on any potential new homebuyer’s display village visitation list.
It includes Coral Homes’ Elegance inclusions range, and boasts finishes such as a Caesarstone kitchen bench, a 1200mm-wide entry and front door, European appliances and 2550mm-high ceilings.
“And for a limited time, Coral Homes’ June Elegance style refined inclusions offer for narrow lot, single-storey homes now includes free ducted airconditioning, carpet and tiling;
conditions apply,” he said. “Designed to suit modern day narrow blocks of 12.5m plus, the Grange 25, with the Hamptons facade, ticks all the boxes of a true family home.
“With its four bedrooms, an open-plan heart and separate living areas, it’s cleverly designed.
“The house also includes a luxuriously appointed main bedroom at the front of the floorplan, providing a haven for parents.”
Mr Foley said the children’s bedrooms were also zoned off at the rear of the home’s floorplan.