first_imgThe Huntington display home by Ellis Developments at Haven.A HOUSE inspired by a Bali holiday will be one of two display homes officially opened to the public at Haven today.Doors will open at 10am at the estate by Ellis Developments at 3 Castleview Lane, Garbutt, and there will be a sausage sizzle, music, giveaways, financial advice and an art project to entertain the kids.The Bali-inspired Huntington display home will be open for inspection and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car garage, three outdoor living spaces and a swimming pool.The home was designed by interior designer Pam Ellis who said Bali helped to inspire the look and feel of the home.The Huntington display home by Ellis Developments at Haven.“I used muted tones to bring the sand and sea into the home,” she said.“For example, the internal doors are muted blue, the walls are sand coloured, and the front door is a dose of sunshine.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“Following the Bali holiday theme, I used very neutral colours, with lots of texture. The coffee table was the hero piece for the living room, and everything else compliments that relaxed vibe.”Following feedback from clients that many display homes in Townsville are not affordable for the average buyer, Ellis Developments decided to build a display home that demonstrated a boutique home for under $400,000.The Tivoli Tre will also be opened to the public for the first time today. The home is unique and designed to suit the lot it sits on.It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a single-car garage and an additional secured parking space.It has raked ceilings over 3m high with windows showcasing views of Castle Hill. The quadruple stacked sliding doors open up to blend the indoor and outdoor living areas, while the large outdoor patio captures the easterly breezes.The Tivoli Tre display home by Ellis Developments at Haven.Haven new home consultant Tammy Baczynski said the home would appeal to budget-conscious young buyers who want to live close to the CBD.“We kept meeting younger clients with the same requests,” she said. “They were interested in a new build to lock in the First Home Buyers Grant but also wanted to stay close to the CBD while staying in the $350,000-$400,000 price range.“A few years ago, these same types of clients would be driven to buy an apartment in town.”last_img

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