Waterway to live

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With its discreet street frontage and monopitch appeal, the exterior of this seemingly simple Coromandel home belies the refined and spacious interiors within. 

As soon as you step inside, you’re rewarded with a view through the gallery-style hall to waterways beyond. Colonial-style verandas survey the scenery.

Tongue-and-groove timber ceilings flow into the living space, following the raking roof line.  Electrically operated clerestory windows draw in sunlight. 

The kitchen’s blend of sleek finishes and functional space provides timeless appeal. Large floor tiles offer elegance underfoot, making way for carpet in the cosy lounge and three bedrooms.

Large glass cavity slider doors open into the lounge with its wood fire and tiled chimney. A relaxing window seat doubles as a wood box.

Sheltered on three sides by the dining area, gallery and master bedroom, and capped off with a louvre roof, the central outdoor space caters for year-round entertaining.

Kwila decking flows around three sides of the home allowing for easy alfresco living, whatever the weather.

Region:

Bay of Plenty / Central Plateau
Altus Window Systems New Home $750,000 - $1 Million