This Clontarf home is a Hamptons-style wonder

first_img3 Bradley Road, ClontarfIts open floorplan allows bay breezes to flow through the house while the undercover patio encourages outdoor entertaining.“The good thing about a Hamptons-style house is that it doesn’t date,” Mrs Hornby said.“It has character and it’s very classical.” 3 Bradley Road, ClontarfMrs Hornby said the master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe was her favourite part of the home.“It’s huge,” she said.“It’s a wing of the house basically – it’s like a hotel suite. I really like the kitchen too though, there’s lots of natural light.” 3 Bradley Road, ClontarfMrs Hornby said the home was ideal for a family because it was so spacious.The abundance of space was actually the reason they had decided to sell.“It’s too big for us,” Mrs Hornby said.“But we don’t want to move away from that area because we love it.”She said the street was quiet and private but also close to shops, the Redcliffe Golf Course and beach. 3 Bradley Road, Clontarf“You can open up the back completely with the sliding doors,” Mrs Hornby said.There is also a study and double garage.The bedrooms are upstairs as well as a retreat and family room, which could be converted into a fourth bedroom. 3 Bradley Road, ClontarfThe three-bedroom home sits on a 506sq m block.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Most of the ground floor is taken up by a kitchen with butler’s pantry, dining room and lounge area that opens up onto the outdoor patio. 3 Bradley Road, ClontarfTHIS near-new Hamptons-style home showcases the very best of coastal living.Gail and Dave Hornby designed and built the two-storey house at 3 Bradley Rd, Clontarf, a year ago to make the most of the Peninsula lifestyle. 3 Bradley Road, Clontarflast_img read more