This solid brick home, architecturally designed and built in the seventies, shows uncommon attention to living experience. The layout provides so many clever, peaceful places to sit, both indoors and out, to enjoy the tranquility this NW facing coastal site provides. At entry you’re greeted with water views through the formal lounge. With its open fire, charming mantel and built in cabinetry, it’s hard not to imagine a winter evening, the roaring fire and the sun setting beyond the patio.
The U-shaped kitchen, with enough room for two chefs, has views to the water through the delightful sitting room with all day sun. A corner pantry, breakfast bar and ample storage make this a very functional space.
These living areas connect directly with the central covered patio – the heart of this home. Views, the rustling trees and birdsong, are enchanting and will focus your spare time around this space.
The master bedroom is beautifully positioned and its original wooden joinery adds a sense of elegance and calm. A small ensuite and two double wardrobes complete this inviting space. There are another two large double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a huge helping of restful ambience. A fourth space best serves as an office but could easily make for a spare bedroom.
A large internal access double garage has much more space than you’d expect and incorporates a great area for a workbench, storage or more.
Take this solidly built home into the future with a stylish update, or use its strong bones and thoughtful footprint as the foundation for the creation of something more modern on a site that won’t be matched by any vacant section today.
– Solid 230 m2 1970’s brick home 3 beds, 2 baths, 2 living, office and laundry.
– Captivating water and Kaimai views from a 761 m2 mature tranquil site
– Less than a minutes wander to a beautiful, secluded, sandy beach
– Short coastal trail stroll to the Omokoroa Beach Store and the Yacht Club.