99 Elliot Street, is a beautiful cocktail of authentic Queenslander design mixed with a classic American finish. And the end result? A delicious resort like home that will have you feeling like you’re on holiday all year round.
Nestled in Brisbane’s exclusive inner eastern suburb of Hawthorne, 99 Elliot Street is the ultimate example of a successful renovation. Saunders Building Company were entrusted with overseeing the project, and they didn’t disappoint.
The finished article is a stunning, spacious home, which utilises the significant indoor and outdoor space perfectly – an architectural masterpiece.
But despite the imposing size of the immaculate home, it still carries an amazingly welcoming feel throughout.
Kirby Saunders, of Saunders Building Company explains: “It’s beautiful, it’s not over the top, it takes advantage of the size of the block.”
An entertainment zone, complete with a bar, billiards table, and media room on the ground floor is this home’s version of a man cave, and it’s pretty special too.
Mr Saunders jokes: “It’s the fun part of the house, this is where I’d be spending most of my time.”
But perhaps what is more striking and significant about this home is the attention to detail and the finishes and touches evident throughout, like the wonderful, dark flooring.
“It’s a roasted French Oak – prefinished, and we had our own issues with regards to that with the install and trying to keep everyone off it!” says Mr Saunders.
BAASTUDIO Architecture were tasked with the design elements of the Hampton-style home and they more than delivered.
The lovely, dark timbers compliment the glowing white Queenslander features to offer an unrivalled contrast of colours, whilst immaculate high, coffered ceilings only further accentuate the quality of finish in this delightful family home.
And once you amble outside to the home’s poolside area, the feeling of being on holiday is only emphasised. An al fresco dining area and a boutique pool house encircle around the inviting swimming pool, feel like you’re on holiday yet?