With its casual coastal vibe and intelligent design, the award-winning Miami 16 by McDonald Jones home ticks all of the boxes
Offering luxury at every turn, the Miami 16 provides everything today’s family needs — all across a single level. The generously proportioned Miami is part of the McDonald Jones Homes’ Stuart Everitt Portfolio and its unique design sets it apart from the rest.
The home boasts multiple open-plan living spaces which are located at the rear, where they flow into the alfresco cabana, establishing an effortless connection between interior and exterior spaces. The master suite is also located at the rear of the residence. This keeps the parents’ personal space separate from the children’s bedroom wing so they can enjoy some peace and privacy.
The children’s “zone” is located at the front and side of the home and includes a cleverly positioned children’s activity room and separate study nook. The separation between the activity room and study area was essential to provide more space for family living and to encourage additional natural light into the home.
Perfect for family movie marathons and game days, the Miami 16 also has a generous home theatre with a coffered ceiling and architectural windows, which give the space a relaxed feel and create a comfortable environment in which to happily while away the hours.
The well-appointed, all-white gourmet kitchen, which adjoins the rear living and dining areas, is the heart of the home. It includes a butler’s pantry, an island bench for prep work and casual meals, and high-quality appliances and finishes. From the satin-finish Laminex cabinetry to the Starfire glass splashback in the kitchen and butler’s pantry, the look is sleek, modern and luxurious.
The sense of luxury extends to the lavish master suite. Offering a resort-style sanctuary for mum and dad, the suite features a walk-in robe and comfortable ensuite, is bathed in natural light, and has direct access to a private outdoor living and relaxation zone.
The home’s coastal-inspired interior, designed around a palette of brown, white and beige, is warm and welcoming — and the materials used are of the highest quality. There is Hermitage Oak timber flooring in the main living areas and Cavalier Kennedy wool carpeting in the bedrooms, the latter a sandy-looking blend of white and beige.
The modern exterior of the Miami 16 features bricks in the same shade of brown as the timber floors inside the home, along with render and linear boards painted in contrasting beach-inspired neutral tones.
As with all McDonald Jones’ homes, the Miami 16 has a variety of elements that can be customised. To begin with, there is a split-level option, which means it is able to fit a variety of blocks. You also have a choice of different bathroom, ensuite and kitchen layouts, enabling you to tailor the design to suit your precise needs, both now and in the future as your family grows.
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