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You can step off the golf course and straight into another happy place when you’re the owner of this home. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house sits on the edge of a course in an exclusive subdivision, but that’s not the only reason the house packs a serious punch. Head inside and you’ll immediately see why. The 285sqm design accommodates three lounges, an office, an oversized garage and a wet room – with storage, hooks and shelving – that can be accessed through the external laundry door. It’s the ideal entry point for golfers who’ve battled through wet conditions on the course. The interior has been scrupulously planned and everything is in perfect proportion. Timber feature walls made from exterior cladding inject warmth into the mid-century inspired look. The kitchen is centred on an island with a striking breakfast bar and a timber-clad nook off the living area makes a great retreat. Low-maintenance textured bricks add depth to the exterior and because there are three outdoor living areas, you can choose a spot for the views, the weather or to watch golfers’ helicopters fly in and out.

NATIONAL AWARDS WON

Top 100

REGIONAL AWARDS WON

Regional Category Winner

Regional Gold

REGION & CATEGORY:

Bay of Plenty & Central Plateau
Builder's Own Home