In a neighbourhood dominated by newly-renovated Queenslanders, this two-storey Hamptons inspired home is a breath of fresh air. Nestled in leafy Hawthorne, the newly built home is primly located nearby Brisbane’s famous Oxford Street entertainment precinct, and minutes away from the Brisbane River.
The home’s striking monochromatic, modern facade allures with its steep gabled roofs, weatherboard panelling, and charming ship windows. Although the design is inspired by American architecture, it is not abrupt or obvious. The interiors pay homage to the native Queenslander style with elegant timber panelling and ornate cornices adorning the walls and lofty ceilings.
The coastal charm continues inside the home, with bright white walls and natural light pouring in through the abundance of windows. Polished hardwood floors guide visitors from entrance to the open-plan living space, while large picture windows conjure beach-house visions. A natural sandstone feature wall is home to a contemporary fireplace, adding rustic charm to the formal living area.
Brushed metal accents add an industrial element that excites in this elegant kitchen. The subway tiled backsplash adds a modern twist to an otherwise traditional space. A cozy breakfast nook calls for intimate brunches, or perhaps just hurried breakfasts before school.
French doors open onto a spacious covered deck, encapsulated by lush, manicured gardens. An entertainer’s dream, the sparkling pool beckons for hours spent lying languorously in the afternoon sun, with food and drinks aplenty. The fire pit keeps guests cosy in the cooler months, perfect for keeping warm while stargazing with loved ones.
Upstairs, the sprawling master bedroom oozed sophisticated charm with a private deck, dressing room, and generous ensuite with a double vanity and luxe bath. Appointed upstairs are an additional three generous bedrooms, with two featuring a shared adjoining verandah overlooking the leafy garden and entertaining areas.
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