first_img1/31 Nelson St, South Townsville The kitchen also has a clear window splashback, stone bench tops, walk-in pantry and all the latest high-end appliances.A hallway with a raw cement wall leads though to the bedrooms and bathrooms while the large master bedroom also has an ensuite. 1/31 Nelson St will be open for inspection on Sunday from 11.30am to 12pm and Tuesday from 12pm to 1pm. For more information call Tracey Stack and Emma Nancarrow from M Property Townsville on 0418 773 987. 1/31 Nelson St, South TownsvilleConstruction on the house started in January before it was finished about three weeks ago.Ms Ellis said she designed the home around the huge mango tree which takes pride of place in the backyard.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“I wanted the entertaining and the living areas facing the mango tree because that’s where the breeze comes in and you get the shade from the tree as well,” she said.“I was thinking the house would suit young professionals and that’s why it has more of an industrial feel hence the pendant and rock concrete wall. 1/31 Nelson St, South TownsvilleA BRAND new home with industrial chic style has hit the market in South Townsville aimed at appealing to young professionals searching for a trendy base to call home.The house is the brainchild of designer Pam Ellis and was built by Ellis Developments.It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, double lock up garage and is on a 466sq m block.center_img 1/31 Nelson St, South Townsville“I wanted a point of difference and that obviously means the buyer has to be unique as well.”Upon entering the home, stairs lead to the elevated dining area where a statement pendant light draws the eye upwards to the soaring ceilings and high windows.last_img