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Cooper and Co. Ltd. Hobsonville
The Enchanting Entertainer!
To live family life memorably and luxuriously amid park-like grounds and coastal outlook is a dream for most. To do it near West Harbour's coveted shoreline and attractions with unique development options in the mix, that's real estate rarity. Judiciously crafted by Maddren Homes on a vast 1863m2 parcel down a private driveway, a sense of arrival and occasion make a first heart-catching introduction to this elevated, sun-trapped sanctuary. A spaciously proportioned layout evokes inspiring living and entertaining; this enchanter is one-of-a-kind! Complete with four generous bedrooms, a study, two elegant bathrooms and triple garaging with internal access - there's even space for the boat on the driveway. A chef's kitchen is the pivot-point between two lounges and the semi-formal dining. These defined zones are encased by a sea of bifold doors that summon the alfresco scene in. With an in-built sound system and roaming outdoor living spaces buffered by established green-strewn grounds and peeps of the sea, all ages and stages will be enraptured - and yes, the spa pool stays! Occupying the top floor, the master suite is cocooned in privacy with his and hers robes, an ensuite, gorgeous shutters and wakes to views of the Upper Waitemata Harbour. Tasmanian oak flooring, the schist-clad open fireplace, steeped ceilings, a muted pallet, ample natural light, a ventilation system, and heat pumps are a mere few elements enriching the setting. Those pursuing development or looking to secure additional land take note: the neighbouring land (86B - owned by our vendors) is a freehold 557m2 section under a separate title with workshop/private driveway; there's an extraordinary opportunity to attain both - please enquire. Our vendor's 28-year tenure tells a lot. If we've piqued your curiosity or pulled the heartstrings - call today! To view the property files please visit: https://www.harcourtsfiles.co.nz/listings/P5S5
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West Auckland