Three-Bedroom Hideaway in Whangateau

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Three-Bedroom Hideaway

Welcome to a unique, enchanting waterfront home where the magic of nature seamlessly merges with functional design. This three-bedroom hideaway, spanning 175 sqm, is beautifully nestled amidst native trees and decorative feature screening.

 

Thoughtfully Designed Waterfront Hideaway

As you approach this picturesque house, you’re greeted by inviting feature steps that guide you to the front door. Once inside, you’re welcomed by an expansive living area, thoughtfully designed to maximise the stunning waterfront location. The kitchen and living space flows seamlessly outdoors through generous sliders, opening up to a deck that stretches the entire length of the home.

 

Sustainability and Architectural Brilliance

The home features an integrated Engel fire and louvre system, ensuring warmth and the ability to cook alfresco all year round. A glass balustrade offers unobstructed views of the estuary, while a clean-lined square stopping, recessed curtain tracks, and negative-detail skirtings add to the home’s modern aesthetic.

Environmental sustainability was a key consideration in the design of this home. It’s efficiently heated with an underfloor ducted recovery heat pump, and low-E glass and thermal heart aluminium joinery adorn the exterior. This three-bedroom home in Whangateau is a perfect blend of architectural brilliance and waterfront living.

 

Inside outside

Inside outside

kitchen

kitchen

kitchen

Bathroom

Bathroom

Bathroom

Exterior

Exterior

Source : House Of The Year

 

By: Jamie Quinn

Photos Provided by: Matthew Reid

Builder: The House Company