Point England Road, Point England

Situated at the corner of Point England Road and Holland Avenue, the 15-unit development of Point England Homes showcases a harmonious blend of modern design and quality materials. Each unit is meticulously crafted using durable metal roofing and James Hardie fibre-cement weatherboards, including James Hardie Stria panel, James Hardie Linea weatherboard, and James Hardie Linea Oblique weatherboard. These materials not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of the homes but also ensure longevity and resilience against the elements.

From Point England Road, Lots 1-6 stand proudly beneath their saw-tooth roofs, complemented by the dual pitches on each side, while the unique Lot 7 at the corner boasts a striking trapezoid wall. Turning into Holland Avenue, the main entrance welcomes residents and visitors alike, with Lots 8-10 featuring identical gable roofs and Lot 9 seamlessly blending between them with its low-pitched roofline.

The access into this development is facilitated by a pair of smooth metal swing gates, adding to both its authenticity and security. As one moves along the pedestrian walkway, constructed from permeable set pavers to differentiate it from the shared concrete driveway, the attention to detail becomes evident. Behind the designated parking areas, Lots 11-15 extend the architectural design of the front lots, completing the captivating ensemble of Point England Homes.

Each of these homes is uniquely designed with different specifications to suit the public’s tastes. Upon entering through the main door and unlocking the smart digital lock, one is embraced by the open-plan living, dining, and kitchen area. Equipped with modern Bosch appliances, the kitchen is beautifully designed using distinctive colour tones. Lots 1-7 and Lots 11-15 feature a welcoming warm tone, with kitchen cabinetry combining pure nature white and oak coloured grained pattern cabinetry panels, paired with white marble looking durable engineered stone and glossy cloud coloured subway tile splashback. The premium laminated timber floor in natural oak colour throughout the open plan ground floor further complements the overall scheme. In contrast, Lots 8-10 feature a more dramatic and firmer feeling kitchen with storm grey and dark wooden grained panels, synthesised with pure white engineered stone benchtops and large sized marble patterned tile splashbacks.

Moving upwards via the carpeted staircase leads to the private bedrooms and bathrooms. Those impressed by the spacious living space in Lot 7 will find even more comfort in the private space on the first floor. The designer’s ingenuity is evident in the brilliantly used spaces, with both bedrooms offering street views and spacious walk-in wardrobes, adding a touch of luxury to a terraced home.

In addition to a shared family bathroom, Lots 1-8 have the added privilege of an ensuite in the master bedroom. The fully tiled bathroom features a grid-pattern laid subway tile as a feature wall, further enhanced by the bold Sage colour for the feature tile. While the unique subway feature tile wall in Desert colour adds character to the bathrooms of other lots, upgrades such as benchtop basins, custom vanity, wall basin mixers, and massive round framed mirrors from well-known suppliers contribute to the modern, bright, and minimalist design aesthetic.


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