Architecturally-Designed Family Sanctuary
On the market for the first time since new, this captivating, four-bedroom Hauraki home was designed by award-winning Devonport architect Fraser Gillies in 1999. It enjoys a beautiful sense of privacy, set well back from the road and enveloped within mature tropical and native gardens. The flexible, multi-level layout offers great space for families, especially those with older children, thanks to the configuration of bedrooms on the ground floor.
Dramatic, distinctive design allows for light and sun to filter through from all angles, with lots of glass throughout showcasing the vibrant garden views. Rough sawn cedar construction complements the secluded setting, and a series of outdoor living areas offers lots of options for entertaining.
The double height entrance foyer is an impressive introduction to the residence. This tiled ground floor area offers internal double garage access, separate laundry and cloakroom as well as three double bedrooms and the main bathroom. Two of these rooms open out to a covered patio and private spa pool area.
The master retreat is on its own level and has a huge walk-in wardrobe/ dressing room, as well as a tiled ensuite with spa bath. The top floor is dedicated to living, dining and entertaining. While there is brand-new carpet throughout the rest of the home, this level enjoys polished, solid wood floors and open-plan, yet well-separated zones that open out to the north-facing deck. The generous kitchen is the hub of the area, with the dining space with wood burner on one side and the lounge with window seat on the other. There is also a guest WC conveniently located on this floor.
Despite the divine sense of solitude at home, Onepoto Road is within walking distance to Takapuna beach and village, Hauraki shops, Northboro Reserve and Takapuna Grammar School.
This was a much loved inspirational home which is now ready for a new family