Dressed in Canadian cedar board and batten and brick, and crowned with American asphalt shingles, your Flagstaff wonder is in tune with its stunningly scenic and beautifully serene 1586sqm Waikato river-view section. Conceived and later recreated by architect Kevin Findsen, the home was ahead of its time when originally built in the mid-nineties. Its palette of natural materials has weathered exceptionally well and the no-expense-spared renovation 21 years later left nothing to chance.
From the visually dramatic vaulted entry to the designer fittings and zoned under-tile heating, quality is expressed at every turn. Themed décor carries through from the up-lit schist entrance wall into the open plan family zone which forms the very core of your family home. Sarked ceilings offer warmth, depth and dynamism and extensive river vistas greet you from the break of day.
A Robin Cauldwell designed kitchen, with on-demand hot water and double-glazed servery windows, means you can host guests with confidence. The sophisticated Louvretec patio allows the party spill outdoors in style. Bespoke bathrooms dripping in luxury have stand-out appeal and their rimu cabinetry matches the internal doors. The ground floor office is thoughtfully positioned, your refreshed well-designed laundry has fitted appliances, and lounge and family zone blend seamlessly for ease of living and optimal scenic enjoyment.
A high-end gas space heater keeps this area toasty. A heat pump in your master suite supplements the underfloor heating. Your premium carpeted double garage boasts a workshop/storage area, plus mezzanine storage. A central vac system eases household duties and the remotely monitored alarm system gives peace of mind. LED lighting systems offer ambience and economy. Patios and some gardens are illumined, and the landscaping has been professionally reconceptualised.
Your tightly held Flagstaff cul-de-sac is close to shops and bus-stop, very accessible to river trails, the Te Huia train and zoned for popular north Hamilton schools.