Serene eight acres, superior home and vista


134 Glen Road, Glenduan

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Serene eight acres, superior home and vista


For buyers in search of blissful privacy, this is the one; an outstanding, superior home nestled in eight acres of elevated bush, gazing out on a glorious panorama of Tasman Bay.

Serene living with beautiful space to enjoy and share with family and friends awaits at the end of a bush drive through remotely activated security gates.

The supremely comfortable architect John Palmer-designed house sits amid 3.23 hectares of bush-clad hillside land with gardens and lawns around the house.

In your haven above the world - yet less than 20 minutes to town - the only sounds are from the birds, the breeze in the trees and cows and sheep from the farm across the valley.

This beautifully built home is on two levels, offering a substantial 309 square metres of attractive living space including three bedrooms plus office.

Home features include heat pump-operated ducted air conditioning throughout, an alarm system, heated floors in three bathrooms and copious storage capacity.

The master bedroom suite, with its own balcony looking out to bush and seascape is separate from the other bedrooms (one with ensuite), with their own lovely lounge and garden deck. The downstairs would suit as in-law or guest accommodation.

With two separate lounge rooms and a sensational kitchen on the main level - each with their own decks looking out to bush and the passing ships - the standard of living here is exceptional.

The home was built ten years ago to high specifications and detail - evident in the use of lovely timbers like jarrah and cedar for doors, the vaulted ceiling in the kitchen and the double-height entry with wide, sweeping stairs.

The eight acres has been lovingly transformed from farmland to a bush-clad delight. More than 12,500 trees were planted, mostly NZ natives but also Australian blackwood.

The steep gabled roof lines are distinctive, and the house is clad in Hebel aerated concrete panels with cedar board features at the front.

Paul Neilan

Nelson

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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134 Glen Road, Glenduan

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Paul Neilan

Nelson

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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