Architecturally impressive with a soaring stud height and extensive glazing, this Jon Short design delights. Nestled against a bush background and built over three levels, it is private and enjoys a widespread outlook from a secluded location at the cul-de-sac end. Impeccably placed for quick lake access with a walkway two doors away, this is a prime Kinloch location.
The main entrance through double cedar doors leads to the open plan living with raked ceilings, skylight windows, and multiple entry points for outdoor living. A large balcony with sweeping views across to the lodge on the international golf course faces north and is suitable for al fresco dining from sunrise to sundown. This exciting design has excellent structure and is not mundane in any way. The island kitchen has sliders to a sheltered patio with built-in seating flanked by native plantings- perfect for that evening barbeque.
Wide Rimu stairs lead past the gallery to the upper level and bedroom wing. The master with a walk-in robe and the ensuite bathroom has extensive double-height glazing creating a spacious and light-filled retreat. Bi-folds open to a small north-facing deck, and the bush creates such a peaceful outlook. The outdoor living is so accessible and thoughtfully planned with decks, pavers, and steps to the garden. Another two double bedrooms are on this level are serviced by a bathroom and powder room for guests.
Storage is also a feature with multiple cupboards, and there are two wall-hung heat pumps.
On the ground floor, a fourth bedroom or office with a bathroom has doors once again to the garden, and the internal access to the double garage is here as well.
Let your creative flair run riot - it will be so richly rewarded with this impressive design.