THE Hamptons aesthetic has arrived in Iluka with the unveiling of Coast Homes’ first display residence since the company’s inception just over a year ago.
“The home encapsulates our ethos of challenging the current market offerings by creating fresh designs with attractive elevations at an affordable price,” Coast Homes managing director Mark Peers said.
“The Tiana demonstrates our attention to detail, quality inclusions and our ability to create great-looking homes with well-thought-out, functional floor plans.”
With stone cladding, painted timber balustrade, acrylic render and feature timber posts, the Tiana’s striking frontage sets the tone for the four-bedroom, three-bathroom design’s casual but elegant interiors.
Coast Homes interior designer Jo Martin said the decor was classic and sophisticated, selected to reflect the relaxed beach lifestyle that West Australians love.
“The home pays homage to the traditional Hamptons design theme but we have put a fresh West Australian spin on it to cater to the local market,” she said.
“It is warm and inviting with a laidback coastal vibe and all the elements Perth homeowners love.”
The double-storey home features a private library, a fireplace to cosy up to and a stunning kitchen with traditional moulded cabinetry, pot drawers, 40mm Caesarstone benchtops and plenty of work space.
“The scullery provides a large, functional preparation area so the kitchen can remain uncluttered when entertaining,” Mr Peers said.
The open-plan living area makes the most of the northern aspect and abundance of natural light, with seamless indoor/outdoor integration via recessed stacker doors.
This transitions out to the alfresco entertaining area and beautifully landscaped gardens, which feature timber decking and an open gazebo.
Upstairs, the generous master bedroom boasts a custom-built walk-in robe, double doors leading out to a generous balcony, as well as a luxury ensuite with a freestanding bath.
“The fact that the bedrooms are located upstairs with a separate sitting area will appeal to young families, while those with older children will have the option of modifying the downstairs guest area into a master suite, providing a teenagers’ retreat to the upper floor,” Mr Peers said.
“The elevated bath (in the master suite) maximises ocean views to create a connection to the home’s coastal surrounds.
“This allows owners to unwind whilst taking in the uninterrupted views of the coast.”
The display, which is located at 60 Venice Entrance, can be built from $539,690.
It is also for sale to investors on a 6 per cent leaseback agreement for a minimum 12-month term with an asking price starting from $1.3 million.
For more, contact Tonia Bellos on 0402 473 937 or visit www. coasthomeswa.com.au.