Classic looks win big
One of the most alluring examples of the elegant Hamptons style drew plenty of admirers during its recent sale which netted a cool $3.4 million
A STUNNING Gold Coast Hamptons-inspired mansion has changed hands for $3.4 million.
The recently built mansion comes with such luxury features as handcrafted french doors, wallpaper imported from London and handmade tiles.
And it wouldn’t be an authentic Hamptons home without the custom lighting imported from that region of America.
Katrina Walsh of Harcourts Coastal, Gold Coast handled the sale and said a local family bought the property.
“They were from the UK but now live on the Gold Coast with children attending Somerset College,” she said. “They loved the house.”
Ms Walsh said the house attracted plenty of attention during its marketing campaign.
“It’s one of those houses that has been admired for its traditional style,” she said.
“We had more than 120 inspections during the campaign.
“It is up there with some of the best Hamptons homes on the Coast.”
The house was meticulously planned by Gold Coast designer Jared Poole to evoke a classic Hamptons style.
White timber and glass double doors create a gorgeous entrance into the home which has a colour palette of white, grey and beige.
There are six double-sized bedrooms, three with ensuites, and the main bedroom has double-door access to a shared balcony.
Dark timber floors contrast with the elegant setting and the bedrooms feature crystal chandeliers.
Outside, the pool is framed with a pergola setting, lawn and manicured gardens.
Ms Walsh said Hamptons style continued to prove popular on the Gold Coast.
“Everyone is always impressed with a Hamptons design,” she said. “It is a traditional style that buyers are drawn to.”
The Hamptons-inspired mansion at 10 Sunnymeade Place, Mudgeeraba, has sold for $3.4 million.