Space, luxury and style are right at home in Hampton
- Published on 09 January 2014
A blend of textures and colours creates an impressive modern elevation for the Hampton display home in Burns Beach.
The elevation includes a 38-course rendered entry structure, 35-course statement wall with tiled cladding and two stack-brick features which extend inside the entry of the home.
National Homes general manager Mark Anderson said the Hampton was created for those who wanted the absolute best of everything. Every space in the home was completely indulgent and had been designed to feel open, luxurious and stylish.
“It managed to present as both a family home, and a home that catered to our clients’ desire for luxury,” he said.
Mr Anderson said a highlight of the home was the indulgent main suite, including an ensuite with freestanding bathtub, oversized shower and double vanity basins, and a dressing room with integrated shelving, hanging rails and drawers.
It was very easy to forget when designing a family home that adults wanted a space that was truly special and private, he said.
Often parents would sacrifice space in their personal retreat to allow room for a study or theatre. This home proved that adults could enjoy a haven of their own while still having enough room in the design for precious family moments.
The entry has a recessed ceiling, a recess opposite the front door and a shopper’s door access to the double garage. At the front of the home is a study which has the 31-course ceilings that are found throughout the home.
A sunken floor and a recessed ceiling form part of the theatre room, which is big enough to double as a parents’ retreat or children’s playroom. A magnificent open-plan living area is flooded with natural light from the three sets of glass sliding doors that open to the two outdoor entertaining areas.
The side courtyard and the big alfresco area at the back of the home can be opened to create additional space for entertainment.
The separate areas also provide the option to keep one space for entertaining and dedicate the other to children’s play.
An island breakfast bar with upstand separates the kitchen which has everything a busy cook could desire.
Appliances include side-by- side 600mm underbench ovens, a 900mm hotplate and range hood and there is ample storage in the separate scullery behind the main kitchen.
The scullery has a double sink, walk-in pantry, overhead and underbench cupboards, and best of all it enables the kitchen to remain spotless with all the mess kept out of sight.
The remaining bedrooms include a guest room with semi-ensuite and two children’s rooms, each with sliding door built-in robes.
The Inspiration Series version of the Hampton is available from $217,990.
The Hampton 4 2
Address Umina Way, Burns Beach
Phone 6555 7504
Theatre room, study, open-plan living, two outdoor areas, kitchen with scullery, open-plan living, double garage
The Hampton was created for those who wanted the absolute best of everything.
View The Hampton Display Home
Publication Date: 09/11/2013
Page Number: 42
Headline: Space, luxury and style are right at home in Hampton
Edition: Metro Biography:
Byline: Cathy Watts
Photo Caption: The big alfresco area is perfect for entertaining.
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