This new Hamptons style home constructed at Fig Tree Pocket is a firm favourite with McVeigh Homes. Regular meetings with Michael, the architect and the client ensured no detail was overlooked and the results are breathtaking.
Double hung French doors at the entrance along with colonial bars, period lighting and lay of the land steps sets the tone as you enter this remarkable home.
Externally, the Linea weatherboards, gable detail and shingles complimented the bagged brickwork beautifully while internally the details in the architraves, skirting and chair rails lend themselves exquisitely to the Hamptons look. As too does the exposed rafters and French pattern tiling in the rumpus room along with the wrought iron balustrading on the internal staircase.
The kitchen is a well thought out galley style and is fully equipped complete with marble bench tops, butler sink and a scullery tucked neatly out of site along with the laundry and storeroom. Leading on from the kitchen is an open plan living area and rumpus room that spills out onto a relaxing outdoor entertaining area and pool.
The master bedroom consists of an ensuite and walk-in-robe, while all other bedrooms have been expertly designed as separate wings within the home to accommodate young adults.
The details within this Fig Tree Pocket home are second to none. Every tap, light fixture, wall panel and floor finish has been carefully selected to perfectly complement each other and complete the Hamptons look. Particular attention has been paid to the flooring, both timber and tile, to ensure they run seamlessly together with no lipping.
This beautiful home has been sited perfectly on the block to allow for maximum privacy. Sandstone walls constructed on site not only compliment the home but allow for much needed levels to tie the three-car garage and laundry drying area together with the house.