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Cedar, concrete block work and plaster climb the four levels of this massive Mt Maunganui home. The complex combination of cladding defies simple explanation, but the effect is instantly appealing. The choice of materials and architectural details sit well in the coastal environment. With four bedrooms, three bathrooms and three living areas, this is executive beach living at its best. Cedar carries into the interior, climbing the floating staircase. This is a showpiece of workmanship and design that will leave visitors wondering, ‘How did they do that?’ Oak floorboards and splashes of tiling exude effortless class. The open-plan is designed for comfort and relaxation. A designer kitchen with scullery overlooks the dining area and lounge. Glass sliders welcome in the sea air and alfresco dining is a breeze under the Louvretec roof. Wonderful water views provide the backdrop for sizzling summer barbecues. And for guests who stay overnight, their self-contained accommodation features a kitchen.

REGIONAL AWARDS WON

Regional Silver

REGION & CATEGORY:

Bay of Plenty/Central Plateau
New Home $1 million - $2 million