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.
Ticking all the boxes, the Ruapehu is tailor-made for holiday accommodation. There’s no wasted space here, with an all-in-one kitchen/laundry (with separate pantry cupboard) and a covered veranda where you can relax after a long day on the boat or an early start on the slopes.
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