Design and stunning finishes a major talking point of new home
A Hamptons-style home at Holland Park has hit the market with its luxury design and finish appealing to a wide range of buyers.
The home features extensive use of natural stone including Italian marble and Turkish travertine which is set to be a major talking point of the home, according to Priority Residential selling agent Ali Mohamed.
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom new build has three living areas and is on a 607sq m block with a 15m frontage. A post-war home was demolished on the site to make way for the stunning home.
Mr Mohamed said there were many standout features within the home including an emphasis on the detail in the trims with wainscoting featured throughout the ground floor along with 140mm skirting and 93mm architraves all working together to emphasise the Hamptons style.
“There is built-in cabinetry galore,” Mr Mohamed said.
“We’ve spent circa $80,000 on cabinetry alone.
“All benchtops through the house feature Italian Carrara marble including the kitchen, butler’s pantry, bathroom vanities, living area’s TV units, the alfresco, and even the laundry has marble.”
All wet areas, including the three bathrooms and laundry, feature Italian marble on the floors, coupled with extensive marble mosaics on the walls.
“We’ve also incorporated a very expensive marble-lined barrel ceiling above the bathtub in the ensuite which draws a lot of attention when people enter the ensuite,” he said.
Mr Mohamed said there were genuinely very few options for buyers looking for luxury new builds in and around Holland Park on 600sq m blocks or bigger.
“The home was developed with an emphasis on home automation and technology. Often new builds feature one or two very selective home automation features but Herringbone has pushed the envelope in this regard for the area,” he said.
“Every light in the house is app controlled via a phone or tablet, as well as the electronic front door lock, garage door, security cameras and built in Sonos sound system across the indoor and outdoor living spaces.”
Mr Mohamed said there had been a shift in demand in Holland Park over the past few years with locals and new buyers realising its geographical strength because of its proximity to local cafes, eateries and shops, the Pacific Motorway, the busway and the Brisbane CBD.
“Buyers from surrounding suburbs like Camp Hill, Coorparoo, Greenslopes, Tarragindi and Morningside often favour Holland Park because new homes in Holland Park are rivalling if not exceeding the level of luxury and finishes,” he said.