MULTI-LEVEL MODERNIST

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Taking its cues from the timeless architecture of Farm Cove I and II, this exquisite modernist-style home proves that indeed, less is more. Making the most of its modest 551sqm site, this 407sqm three-level home showcases innovative design centred around eco-friendly materials and technologies. Whether you’re in the bathroom or kitchen, you’ll be comfortably warm thanks to thermally broken windows and doors, and low-e glazed aluminium joinery. And for toasty warm feet in winter, the floors are super-insulated and heated. The clever design allows for bedrooms and living areas to open out onto balconies overlooking the cityscape – a view that is pure magic at night when the sunset is fading, and the city lights are beginning to twinkle. A floor-to-ceiling concrete feature wall between the living and dining zones showcases a gas fire – a treat in winter. Meanwhile, passive ventilation is great in summer. As you move between the levels, the stairways are finessed with decorative dividing panels that provide subtle separation, while adding style.

NATIONAL AWARDS WON

Top 100

REGIONAL AWARDS WON

Regional Gold

REGION & CATEGORY:

Auckland / Northland / Coromandel
Resene New Home over $2 million