The stylish modern 308-square metre residence in the Coromandel Peninsula township of Tairua features a gorgeous single level five-bedroom cedar-clad dwelling with two separate outdoor entertaining areas looking directly over the water to Mount Paku across the bay.
Created in a H-shaped layout, the clean-lined and light-filled home sits on a large 1,200-square metre flat section – with a low maintenance garden at the front overlooked by a wide deck, and with raised vegetable planter boxes at the back lawn space. The residence is located just a short walk to both Tairua’s town centre, and a boat ramp.
Built to an extremely high standard, the luxury home at 14 Bay View Terrace in Tairua is now being marketed for sale at auction on 21st July through Bayleys Whitianga. Salespeople Belinda Sammons and Kylie Pullen said the home exuded an air of spaciousness in its communal living ‘heart’ space - through the extensive use stacker doors on two sides along with a high stud ceiling.”
“This Hamptons beachside chic is exemplified in the vaulted cathedral exposed wooden beam ceiling above the open plan dining room/living room overlooked by the kitchen,” said Sammons.
“The home’s elongated entertainer’s kitchen with its Miele appliances is punctuated by a sleek central bench which draws the eyeline over its form to the dining and living room space with its dramatic large gas fireplace. And of course, who can ignore the incredible unobstructed sea views to the side which literally bring the beach inside,” she said.
“The design and aspect ensure the central living area is bathed in natural light from all angles. And you can literally sit in the lounge or on the wide-covered front deck outside and watch the children playing safely on the beach across the lane.”
“Meanwhile, on the ‘inner’ portion of the home’s structure is a spacious concreted al-fresco lounge and dining area delivering the ultimate in indoor-outdoor flow - complete with a spa-pool discreetly positioned in one corner nestled amongst the semi-tropical greenery.”
The home also has its own separate accommodation wing, consisting of a bunk room with two bespoke bunk beds, a main bathroom, and a double bedroom with a large wardrobe. Completing this wing is an additional kitchen and lounge area with doors opening to the central courtyard.
“It’s the perfect configuration for a shared family accommodation – for the likes of grandma and grandad to have their own space, for adult children and the grandkids, or for use by two separate families. It also makes for the perfect guest accommodation offering – with the central courtyard being a communal space for everyone to gather,” said Sammons.
Kylie Pullen said that if swimming in the sea across the lane from the front lawn wasn’t enough, there was also room down the side of the home to explore the opportunity to potentially lay down an in-ground swimming pool.
“Whether out front on the deck, in the central courtyard, or on the rear lawn, there are multiple niches to unfold a deck chair depending on your views and how much privacy you require - from the front deck with its incredible vista over the water, through to the central lounge area with its lounge-style layout, or the private rear garden area,” she said.
“By moving from spot to spot you can literally enjoy all-day access to the sun, or equally the shade, as you desire.”
The home’s luxurious waterfront-facing master bedroom with stacker doors leading onto the broad and covered front deck, also has a vaulted high ceiling as well as a built-in window seat, generous walk-in wardrobe, and a luxury hotel quality en-suite with Italian tiles complimenting the locally made oak vanity unit.
One of the other bedrooms accessed off the clean-lined central hallway is suitable for use as a media room, work-from-home office, playroom, or teenager’s space.
In addition to a substantial double garage with loft storage and internal access to the main part of the home, there is additional sealed parking outside for the boat, jet ski, or caravan.