They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, and that's certainly true in the Kenepuru. From the large walk-in butler's pantry to the stacked windows which allow you to serve directly outside, every element of this gourmet's dream was designed to enhance the art of cooking. Boxed ceilings create character in the living areas, four large bedrooms provide ample accommodation, and an oversized garage (with room for the boat) adds to the appeal.
The Pohutukawa is a home that loves a crowd; an entertainer’s dream come true! High ceilings enhance the sense of space inside, while a large alfresco room provides options year-round. The kids are also catered to, with teenagers sure to appreciate their own walk-in wardrobe and the handy study nook.
The efficient, streamlined design of the Wanaka opens the home up to the sun and provides plenty of opportunities to interact with your environment. A raking ceiling in the lounge and open-plan living area contributes to an undeniable sense of space, while a large, galley-style kitchen ensures the ability to cater to any and every occasion. A second ensuite, which is shared by bedrooms two and three, is an added bonus.
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