Award-winning architecture


600-602 Hill Street South, Hope

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Award-winning architecture


600-602 Hill Street South - The 2016 Supreme Regional House of the Year and recipient of several other architecture, building and landscape design awards.

This is so much more than an award-winning, high-tech, four-bedroom home with a separate one-bedroom apartment under the same roofline. The property incorporates two separate titles within its 16 hectares and Council Consent has been obtained to create a third Title. All come with their own vineyard blocks.

In designing and building this exceptionally elegant residence, no expense has been spared. Minimalist style and a semi-industrial feel flow throughout the handless doors, walnut panelled walls and cabinetry, striking black joinery and imported Italian tiles. Underfloor heating extends into every room with two separate solar panel systems and several atrium gardens bring serenity and softness to the home.

The adjoining apartment mirrors the design and style of the main house.

The 180 square metre utility shed has fully lined walls, concrete floors, a separate storage room and best of all, a spacious kitchen and commercial-grade walk in chiller for processing and preserving home grown produce. The second utility shed would comfortably house two large vehicles, including a boat or motorhome. Measuring 113 square metres, it has a built-in workshop with generous storage and internal access to a staffroom with a kitchenette and bathroom.

Located on the rolling hills above Hope and the Waimea Plains, 600-602 Hill Street South is just 15 minutes' drive from Nelson Airport and less than 10 minutes' to Richmond.

For a copy of the comprehensive information booklet, contact Daniel Reed.

Daniel Reed

Nelson

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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600-602 Hill Street South, Hope

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Daniel Reed

Nelson

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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