Enjoy cool, calm of the Hamptons
THIS early 1900s-style Queenslander has been completely transformed with a Hamptons-inspired renovation.
Sitting on a 607sq m block, the residence boasts open-plan living and a back deck overlooking an in-ground pool and a spacious established yard.
On entry up a front staircase and through a small covered porch, a family room connects to two front bedrooms, including the main with a walkin wardrobe featuring bespoke cabinetry, an ensuite with Italian floor-to-ceiling travertine tiles and twin vanities, and double doors to the porch.
From the lounge, a hallway leads past another bedroom and a bathroom with a separate bathtub before opening to an open-plan kitchen, living and dining space at the rear of the floor.
Stone benchtops, a splashback and pendant lighting feature in the cooking space, along with a butler’s pantry that cleverly conceals a laundry.
Two more bedrooms with built-in wardrobes sit to the left of the living and dining space, while floor-to-ceiling glass bifold doors open to the covered back deck.
Spanning the width of the house, the timber deck features a ceiling fan and provides access via two sets of stairs to the pool and garden below.
A neutral colour scheme, VJ panelling and 3.5m ceilings decorate the house, with restored and polished timber floors featuring throughout and plenty of natural light filtering through the different living spaces.
From the street, the residence has charming appeal, with an established front garden and a pathway leading to the porch set behind a white picket fence.
To the right of the fence is a triple-car garage, while additional off-street parking is available for a further three cars.
From the garage, double doors open to the lower level of the house where ample storage space, a laundry and bathroom are located.
Other features of the residence include ducted reverse-cycle airconditioning and ceiling fans.