Don't dream it, live it. Superb Waiheke waterfront


44 Great Barrier Road, Oneroa

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Don't dream it, live it. Superb Waiheke waterfront


You can hear the waves lap at the sleepy shore from this impressive elevated home directly opposite iconic Enclosure Bay.

Its breathtaking views, over the gulf to Rakino, Kawau, Tiri Tiri Matangi and Little Barrier Islands and up to Cape Brett, provide an intimate connection to nature and the water.

Inside the palatial entry, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is all on one level, with easy access to multiple outdoor living spaces.

A grand hallway connects all areas and provides a beautiful ready-made gallery space.

Both the lounge and dining areas connect to a large front deck. At the side of the fully refurbished kitchen, a further sizeable deck provides outdoor dining and living space.

The master bedroom, with walk-through wardrobe and fully tiled ensuite, also enjoys stunning views over the gulf.

Floor-to-ceiling tinted glass on all north-facing windows makes the most of the views while providing respite from the sun.

At the back of the house are three further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate laundry.

The home also boasts a huge paved outdoor area off the back deck - a superb setting for parties.

Under the house, a large double garage with internal access, a huge kayak storage space and two other storage rooms provide heaps of room for cars, boats and the beach toys.

The sizeable concrete driveway offers plenty of parking, while the garden pathways, peppered with topiaried olives, birds of paradise, lavender and lemons, make the most of every corner of this idyllic property.

Up high, a curved sleeper staircase climbs to the tranquil top garden with a lawn, cabana and petanque court.

Get ready to launch the boat, the Sealegs or the jet skis.

And prepare to spot dolphins and orca in the bay that is known as a pristine snorkelling spot and, anecdotally, as the warmest place to swim on the island.