This strikingly beautiful home epitomises relaxed, coastal living and has a harmonious integration between indoor and outdoor living. With its quintessential coastal façade, trademark porthole window, gabled roof, timber cladding and stone pillars, the beauty of this home a real standout. When you enter the home, you are immediately enveloped in the spaciousness of the design with the living zones seamlessly flowing from one to another. This is evident when you can see the rear of the home from the front door and the vast expanses of space above.
Embracing the timeless elegance of the Hamptons, this property showcases incredible use of natural timber and a neutral colour scheme throughout, with bursts of colour such as the tiled detailing in the kitchen.
A formal sitting room and study are located at the front of the home, providing peaceful spaces away from the main hub of the house. The rear of the ground floor comprises an open-plan kitchen, living and dining room that all open up to join the outdoor dining and living spaces providing a seamless integration between these living areas. The kitchen is a chef’s dream with its own butler’s pantry, large island bench and Gaggenau appliances. Upstairs there is a third living space and four bedrooms that have been meticulously styled representative of the Hamptons infusing textures and patterns. At the rear of the home is a luxurious master suite that has a large walk-in robe and ensuite, with a freestanding bath.
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