Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Our vendor has found his new dream, so instructions are to sell this spectacular property. This truly superb 391 sq m home is the centerpiece of the 1.41 hectares (more or less) of beautiful gardens. With four bedrooms, open plan kitchen, dining and living, a separate formal lounge, and a formal dining room, there is so much on offer. The generous master bedroom boasts a dressing room and an en-suite that would not be out of place in a Hollywood movie. Marble finishes underline the quality and luxury of this statement home.
There are two king-sized bedrooms with Jack and Jill access to the main bathroom. The fourth bedroom (or office) is situated to the opposite end of the house in close vicinity of the powder room. Perfect for guests or as a work from home office. Triple garaging and plenty of parking ensure there is space for the toys you will need being so close to Lake Karapiro. If you're not spending time at the lake, enjoy the tranquility of the Japanese and raked gardens, or simply sit and soak in the view from the outdoor living or spa pool.
Constructed of Oamaru stone and inspired by the historical art movement of modernism, clean geometric lines, rectangular forms, and open living spaces allowing natural light. This architectural design takes advantage of large expanses of glass and embraces the stunning rural views. Set atop a palm-lined driveway, this property certainly delivers.
Situated approximately 10 minutes to the centre of Cambridge. The location allows access to SH1 both North and South, and with NZTA in the planning stages of a new roundabout at the SH1 & Karapiro Interchange getting around will be easy. A property like this is rarely available and a sale is required. Don't miss our up coming open homes or call to arrange your private viewing.
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New Zealand is a nation that welcomes overseas nationals to live, work and invest. Many expatriates, particularly those from Australia, U.S., Europe and increasingly China and Korea, are drawn to the largest city, Auckland, which has the country’s priciest housing stock.Show More