A place to work, rest and play
Sporting a bold and modern-industrial design, the Hudson by Easystart Homes will give the impression that you have levelled up in life.
A fresh twist artfully blends textures and clean minimal lines, with a nod to mid-century modernist architecture.
“We achieved both stunning architectural design elements and improved energy performance,” Easystart Homes Design Manager Peter Wilkinson said.
“Homes have become more than just places of eating, sleeping and entertaining – for some, they are now our workplaces, and we are spending more time there than ever before.”
Offering a four-bedroom, two-bathroom layout, the abode features distinctive open-plan living to suit a variety of clients at every stage of their life.
The contemporary charcoal-rendered fascia boldly frames an eye-catching brick feature wall that completes the space to present a truly polished facade.
Stepping into the heart of the home, you will find a sleek, gallery-style kitchen with a contrasting selection of cabinetry, streamlined appliances and a generous-sized pantry.
This seamlessly overlooks the living and dining areas, which come complete with a recessed ceiling to maximise the internal space.
“This has been achieved by using the company’s innovative BrickHybrid method,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“It brings together two leading building methods – external brick walls combined with internal steel frames and insulation throughout.”
The interior is characterised by a feature brick wall, as well as LED lighting and rectified porcelain tiles.
Tucked behind the main living area’s striking feature wall is an additional living space, which easily makes for a brilliant games room or a second lounge.
Crowned by double VELUX skylights, this space is awash with natural light thanks to large windows and sliding doors, which lead you out to the well-proportioned alfresco area.
“Outdoor living is a huge part of the Australian lifestyle,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“The Hudson flows effortlessly from indoors to the outdoors, perfect for entertaining or enjoying a barbecue with family.”
Well-sized, the alfresco contains the ideal amount of space to host guests, while the lush green lawn and garden are the cherry on top.
The front of the home also contains a grand master suite which includes a recessed ceiling for that instant glow up.
Additionally, a supersized wardrobe and a generous ensuite complement the quarters, along with double vanities, a large shower, square-edged profiles, sleek black fittings and cool tones warmed by wood-look cabinetry throughout.
A raised ceiling office is opposite.
“With the many new work-from-home arrangements, this space provides a smart solution,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“However, the office could also be reimagined to suit a buyer’s lifestyle such as a theatre or fifth bedroom.”
Positioned in their own functional zone at the opposite end of the house are the remaining three bedrooms, as well as a centralised bathroom, complete with a shower and a bath. All bedrooms are expansive and include built-in wardrobes.
Mr Wilkinson said the Hudson was a trendy home targeted to the first homebuyer market, blending modern-industrial and subtle design elements together in a generous and clever space with an abundance of living areas to suit every facet of life.
The Hudson integrates a stylish mix of materials, balanced cool and warm tones and a modern design.
The Hudson is located at Baldivis and is open for viewing on Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 12-5pm.
Address 30 Pedicel Avenue, Baldivis
Price From $254,900*
Builder Easystart Homes
Contact 6555 7540
*Price accurate at date of publication.
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