The frontage of your Noel Jessop-designed brick and cedar home hides a world of modern living with a unique '70s twist. A favourite in the 2012 Waikato Registered Master Builders House of the Year Awards, winning three major titles, your trophy home spreads across a single-level floor plan. Architectural form is highlighted through a step-down lounge and master suite, and bespoke features that make your dwelling a one-off.
A playful use of bricks sees them carried through into the interiors while the office, set behind a concertina door, reflects the '70s theme. Family living plays out in a large light-filled domain that marries outdoor relaxation and entertaining. Your designer Robin Caudwell kitchen, full of innovative storage solutions and top-range appliances, is an inspiration for cooks. Parents can rest easy in their peaceful, well-composed bedroom suite.
The fully fitted walk-in robe, with a vanity area, works as a dressing room while the deluxe ensuite has a brand new tiled walk-in shower, large vanity unit and full-length mirror. Spacious family bedrooms share a tiled bathroom flooded with light from overhead windows. One bedroom features a shoe cupboard and outdoor aspect.
There is a separate built-in laundry, two gas infinity hot water cylinders, air-con unit and clever storage throughout. A gas fire creates a cosy atmosphere in the step-down bespoke lounge. Thoughtful placement of windows and use of louvres optimise light and air flow. Full length drapes add quality and high-stud ceilings enhance the feeling of space and airiness. Privacy engulfs your home which gets all-day sun.
You can entertain alfresco in screened settings, including a kwila deck and large patio. Palm trees and lush cycads promote a tropical feel. Your home is positioned at the cul-de-sac end of the elevated street close to Endeavour School and in zone for Rototuna's new high schools.