Inspired by the luxury homes that dot the south shores of Long Island in New York — better known as The Hamptons — the architect-designed Boston 36 is a home of superlative style. Not only does it boast four bedrooms and three bathrooms, making it ideal for the larger family, its sympathetic but edgy approach to using Hamptons inspired materials and detailing ensures our Boston 36 stands out against its competitors.
First impressions count and from the moment you spy the facade, with its complementary mix of materials in a colour palette of soft white and grey, a feeling of relaxation washes over you. This feeling is enhanced when you step into the entry, where detailed timber ceilings provide warmth and tranquillity, and the direct sightline to the rear of the home evokes a sense of space.
Although the Boston 36, with its host of separately zoned living areas, pays homage to a traditional architectural style, it is a home designed for the way the modern family likes to live. Starting on the ground floor there is a home theatre and a study which could also be used as a self-contained guest bedroom. This is located at the front of the home, allowing for greater privacy in a house that is tailor-made for entertaining.
The centrally located kitchen, with its scullery/walk-in pantry, is the hub of an open-plan area that incorporates expansive living and dining spaces. In turn, this area opens to a spacious outdoor living zone. The transition between indoor and outdoor spaces is seamless, due in large part to the continuation of two key interior details — the intricate ceiling panelling and the herringbone-patterned flooring.
Moving up to the first floor, you will find a children’s leisure room which feeds into the three generously sized secondary bedrooms. Also on this floor is the large master suite. Situated at the front of the home, it has its own private balcony, creating what is, in effect, a parents’ retreat.
Throughout the Boston 36, the material palette is timeless, creating a classic backdrop for the feature joinery items and the signature wainscot wall panelling. Contributing to the look of refinement, the ground-floor tiles — from front porch through to the grand alfresco — are a light grey in a classic herringbone pattern. And as you would expect, only premium materials (such as Quantum Quartz waterfall-edge kitchen benchtops) and appliances (such as the Miele oven) were used. As with all Clarendon Homes’ floor plans, the Boston 36 has a variety of customisable elements — for example, the master suite can be located at the rear of the home — and there are many lifestyle options to choose from. Another bonus is the fact that the Boston 36 can comfortably fit on a 12.5m-wide block.
As you can see, our Boston 36, from Clarendon Homes’ new Boston Series, offers everything a growing or multigenerational family could possibly want, all at a great value price.
EXPERT TIP: For families choosing to prioritise multigenerational living, look for a home design that offers the option of self-contained guest accommodation.
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