Individual touches make all the difference to high-end residences

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These new homes at 14, 16A & 16B Frank St, Newtown are ready to move into.

PRECONCEIVED ideas of multi-dwelling developments are thrown out the window at a high-end new build that caters for Newtown’s luxury market.

Six premium four-bedroom residences have been constructed as part of the Frank St project, a boutique development from Hamlan, designed by architect Brent Yttrup.

Each has its own personality, both inside and out, with a mix of modern facades featuring timber, white and dark grey tones designed to enhance the streetscape.

The living areas are bathed in natural light.

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Three have already sold, with 14, 16A and 16B on the market and offering buyers quality construction and finishes in a prized location.

The sleek kitchen.

Marble herringbone tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms, hydronic heating, Smeg appliances and Tasmanian oak flooring are some of the features that set these two-storey houses apart.

There’s even a discrete lift access in 16A.

McGrath, Geelong agent David Cortous said the floorplans were similar, but differences in the facades and internal timber tones created an individual looks.

“You are not buying a clone of another” Mr Cortous said.

“With the streetscape, it’s actually quite smart what they have done, it works really well.”

The main bedroom is on the ground floor.

The ensuite.

The floorplan allows for downsizers to enjoy single level living, with the main bedroom suite and two living areas located on the ground.

Upstairs three further bedrooms and bathroom and separate toilet sit off a flexible gallery space that could be used as a cosy television or reading nook or a study.

The front bedroom and balcony on this upper level captures lovely views over the area.

Downstairs, a double height void in the entry makes a great first impression, creating a sense of space and light that extends right through to the open-plan living area at the rear.

Each of the houses has a different timber finish on the stairs.

A custom timber staircase with a glass balustrade is a standout feature of the hallway and gives a glimpse of the smart finishes to come.

The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and a beautifully appointed ensuite with a double shower, double vanity crafted from timber and stone and those marble wall tiles.

The herringbone tiling also features in the designer kitchen, which overlooks the light-filled dining and living room at the rear.

The living area is designed for easy outdoor entertaining.

Both a walk-in pantry and laundry are conveniently positioned off the kitchen, which has a stone island bench, a 900mm Smeg oven, gas cooktop and instant chilled and boiling water.

A raked ceiling is a generous touch in the living room which has bathed in northern sunlight and has sliding doors onto a private outdoor entertainment area set in landscaped gardens.

A gas log fire adds to the ambience but each property also has hydronic heating and ducted heating and cooling. There’s also a double garage with internal access.

The properties are on the market with a price guide of $1.625 million to $1.675 million.

For more information phone Mr Cortous on 0416 164 336.

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