With its discreet exterior and quiet cul-de-sac position, this home's reveal starts once you enter the double gates. This sophisticated yet quirky 1940's contemporary home begins where it means to continue.
The entrance lobby with bright white walls is coupled with natural light from the overhead skylight impresses with a calm and collected introduction. Not so with the guest bathroom that mixes it all up as a glamorous room for the most discerning guest. A double bedroom is also conveniently located on this floor.
The hallway leads into the first living space with convivial gas fire and a cosseted homely feel.
An adjacent living room currently configured as a large work from home office with strategic skylights offers multiple options including tv room or retreat for the elderly, a teenager, music or art space. The double garage uses this room as an internal access conduit, perfectly suited for the elderly and young.
Centrally located and theatrically positioned, the kitchen acts as the 'space station' overlooking the relaxed and airy open plan living/dining space, where entertaining with largesse allows a generous lifestyle. It can all spill out onto the extensive deck where the harbour dazzles in the background and the established Kowhai Camellias and native fauna canopy beguile. A mysterious established hidden garden is waiting to be discovered.
The upper floor accommodates three bedrooms and a large family bathroom with dramatic views from the master bedroom. Extra features include DVS system, two pantries and infinity gas hot water.
Close to public transport, a calming quality permeates this home and offers a laid back lifestyle that will delight.