A unique American style is gaining momentum, as followers are drawn to the character it adds to a home
HAMPTONS meets the hinterland in this custom-designed mansion, on the market for the first time in almost a decade.
Set in a prestigious gated enclave, 10 Sunnymeade Place, Mudgeeraba, has been meticulously planned by Gold Coast designer Jared Poole to evoke a classic Hamptons home.
Built in 2009, the property is home to Total Property Group managing director Adrian Parsons and his wife Nicole.
White timber and glass double doors create a gorgeous entrance into the home which has a colour palette of white, grey and beige tones.
Dark timber floors contrast with the elegant setting and the bedrooms feature crystal chandeliers.
The home includes a mud room – ideal for coats, shoes and storage upon entry,
Mr Poole said the room was a traditional element coined in the Hamptons design.
“Hamptons is becoming a very popular style, it is seen a lot and it is seen in different ways, Hamptons beach houses, the classic style or just houses with accents of Hamptons,” Mr Poole said.
“There are a lot of opportunities for using this particular style but in this house it was the level of detail internally and externally.
“Hamptons really shines through, especially in the kitchen and bathrooms. A few people have said they are really drawn to the look because of the homely effect it has – and I think that’s why the style is gaining momentum, because people are after character.”
Handcrafted french doors, wallpaper imported from London and handmade tiles are some of the standout features in the house, but it wouldn’t be an authentic Hamptons home without the custom lighting imported from the region in America.
There are six double-sized bedrooms, three with ensuites, and the main bedroom has double-door access to a shared balcony.