It's All about A Private, Secret Beach
Overlooking the Omaha Harbour, the sea views are sensational. Puriri trees and native bush are home to wood pigeons, tuis, fantails your neighbours. A meandering path down the slope leads directly to a hidden beach, fabulous for launching canoes, paddleboards, swimming or tethering a small boat to one of the Pohutukawas. A priceless location, a priceless oasis of serenity, a priceless heirloom property. Owned and cherished for 19 years, these properties rarely become available. If in Omaha, this would be millions more minus the privacy.
Framed by 150 year old Pohutukawas, built and designed by a local artist John Haines around 25 years ago, with design features of a wave style roof, stained lead light glass, native timber flooring and sarking. Iconic and elevated, the multi level home has exterior macrocarpa weatherboards, and a zincalume long run roof. Crafted and carefully hand built, the joinery is all timber as are the three large deck areas. There is also a separate stand alone cabin occupied by the original owners whilst the house was being built. Now a craft hobby room or workshop. Motorised entrance security gates to the home provide the ultimate in privacy to a magical world.
Surrounded by native bush, each room has been orientated to capture 180 degree incredible sea views and to follow the sun. Split level, the heart of the home is the kitchen dining area spilling out to an outdoor viewing platform deck from which steps to a pathway leads directly to the beach. Flowing down a few steps from the dining area is a large living area opening out to a sheltered alfresco dining, outdoor fire and barbecue area. The ground level has three bedrooms one of which enjoys glorious sea views and opens out onto a private deck with a Hotspring spa. A three car garage currently is used as a games room.
Floor area: 230m² (Sourced from Auckland Council Rates & Valuation records)
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Precision Real Estate MREINZLicensed Real Estate Salesperson (REAA 2008)