Timeless Tranquility In KaiteriteriOnce in a while a waterfront property comes to market that has a certain perfect combination of seclusion and serenity, and of sand and sea. 12 Lady Barkly Grove in Split Apple Rock's highly prized peninsula is such a property, poised perfectly above the glistening waters of Sandy Bay and the Abel Tasman National Park. This property is a "hidden oasis" and an absolute delightful opportunity to present to you.
The one hectare of land contains more than 3,000 specimens of native bush and shrubs, and carefully selected exotics. This unique location was selected by the original owners, and as one of the very first to sell as it has the best aspect, view, and superb connection to the water that the area can offer.
The sun-drenched, comfortable and solid four bedroom home is a perfect escape. The home has generous sized living, dining and kitchen spaces, and an entertaining deck with mesmerising views across Marahau, Abel Tasman National Park and the sail-dotted Tasman Bay to D'Urville Island in the Marlborough Sounds. Just imagine relaxing on the balcony and soaking in the all-day northern sun, glistening emerald water, and the delightful sounds of bellbird, tui, kereru and fantail echoing among the surrounding trees.
A stroll down your own private walking track through native bush takes you to the lapping water's edge, ready for your daily swim, paddle or exploration around Otuwhero inlet and Sandy Bay. You can join your neighbours and anchor your own boat just off the beach.
Located only 10 minutes to Marahau and Kaiteriteri and 20 minutes to Motueka, just a short hop away for all the amenities you require, and yet the relaxing and tranquil home is a world away from the hustle and bustle of life. Nelson Airport is a 60 minutes drive away.
The serene nature and total privacy of this property has to be seen to be fully appreciated. This slice of heaven will be sought-after by many and we anticipate it will attract significant interest. Please contact Steve Kelso for more information.
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