If you’re looking for a Hamptons-style home with all the finishing touches, then prepare to fall in love with the North Hampton.
We’ve instantly captured the beachside elegance of the Hamptons in this delightful home, giving you a long list of included features both inside and out. You can also choose to add one or more of our optional extras to amp up the Hamptons-inspired detailing even further, should you want to go all-out.
The result? An inviting home that immediately gives you the look you’re after, from the front elevation, all the way through to the style of the kitchen cabinets and the profile on the skirting boards.
If you think we’ve carved a niche for ourselves here at Plunkett with our Hamptons-inspired designs, then you’d be right. Not only do we love the style, but we know you love it, too.
If you want a home that instantly captures everything you adore about this popular style, then the North Hampton could be just what you’re looking for.
Here’s why it’s Hamptons made easy for you …
- First impressions count. The front elevation immediately sets the scene. With its rendered piers, white mouldings, dark shingle-style roof, contrasting colour palette, oversized porch and white-painted balustrading, it offers classic Hamptons-style street appeal.
- The foundations. Behind the Hamptons-inspired styling is a generous family-sized home with a theatre room, large central alfresco, spacious open-plan living area, kitchen and adjoining scullery, and four big bedrooms, including a deluxe rear master suite. All the spaces a big, beautiful Hamptons-style home demands.
- Taking it outside. Wrapping the kitchen and living area around the alfresco provides an aspect straight outside. When you open up the bi-folding doors to the kitchen and the French doors to the living area, the spaces are unified. It’s a feature that buyers really like, with the inside and outside spaces flowing together as one.
- Seeing stars. The optional Velux skylight in the alfresco adds an extra dimension to the outdoor entertaining area and provides an opportunity to stargaze at night.
- Heart of the home. With its Shaker-style cabinets, long island bench, scullery and built-in wine rack, the large kitchen is an inviting space that anchors the open-plan living area.
- Detail, detail, detail. It’s the attention to detail – such as the style of the kitchen cabinetry, the inset tiles in the formal entry, the feature cornice and skirting boards, the built-in furniture and the pressed tin ceiling in the living area – that says Hamptons all the way.
- Butler optional. Having direct access from the garage to the scullery is a practical feature that makes it easy to bring in the weekly shopping, while the computer nook close to the kitchen means you can set up a handy central IT hub.
- Grand master suite. The master suite has been positioned at the back of the home and given a sense of luxury and grandeur, with its own foyer and a set of double doors leading into the bedroom.