An impressive and sun-filled residence belies the warmth and relaxing ambience evidenced throughout this immaculately presented family home. Enjoy ultimate privacy, lake views, and stunning sunrises from your very own piece of paradise.
Designed and constructed to the highest of standards, this amazing home features four bedrooms, two with their own ensuites, plus an additional guest toilet.
The fabulous designer kitchen is a real highlight, with an integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher and features beautiful Bamboo flooring; the open plan living area enjoys excellent indoor/outdoor flow and opens out to the covered balcony boasting stunning views of Lake Puketirini.
Downstairs offers the perfect spot for extended family with a large bathroom and a kitchenette. The study nook is an added bonus and the neutral décor throughout, acts as a blank canvas upon which the new owners can easily stamp their own mark.
One could be forgiven for thinking your closest neighbour was a world away in this sheltered spot, with established trees and sun-soaked grounds conspiring to create an idyllic setting for entertaining or unwinding with family and friends.
This property offers an enviable lifestyle and interest is sure to be high as a result. Prospective purchasers upwards of $1 million are advised to act quickly, as properties of this calibre don't last long. Our vendors instructions are clear to sell, their loss is your gain!
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