Retreating to this architectural sanctuary designed by John D’Anvers in 1989 is like escaping to the Coromandel – only you’ve got the Sky Tower firmly in your sights! Experience sweeping views over the bush-lined valley, nestled at the cul-de-sac end of one of Birkenhead Point’s most idyllic lanes. This 3 double-bedroom split-level home was designed with nature-lovers in mind, its elevated position providing panoramic bush views, light and privacy.
The hub of the home is the open-plan living room that flows into the kitchen, where you’ll love cooking as you watch tui soar through the treetops. Throw open the bifold doors in summer to soak up the natural amphitheatre from the sun-drenched deck, and light the woodburner in winter to keep the whole insulated house cosy.
This dynamic space extends, via a small breakfast bar and dining area, to a private garden courtyard draped in grapevines. In other words, you’ve got outdoor living on either side of the house for all-day sun, plus space to indulge your green thumb.
A large second living area off the main living makes for a fabulous rumpus, media room or work-from-home studio space, the laundry is discreetly tucked here.
Upstairs, stunning bush and harbour views greet you from the deck off the master bedroom, and from the ensuite. Two more carpeted double bedrooms, plus a second bathroom with bath complete this restful level.
Location-wise you are only minutes from the Birkenhead/Highbury shops and cafes. The kids will love joining you on the picturesque coastal bush walk to Chelsea Bay for a picnic and perhaps a swim, or to Sugar Café for a coffee. View today!