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Bay of Plenty
Bay of Plenty
proudly marketed by
Ray White Pukehina Nirvana Realty Limited
Rare opportunity to secure a beachfront home which manages to be open to the elements and remains completely private. View spectacular sunrises or pods of dolphins cavorting past the large cedar sliding shutters that open this home to the views. Pukehina offers a chance to live between peaty farmland and the Pacific Ocean and 121 Pukehina Parade is a high-ceilinged, open-walled, beautiful home clad in Hebel described as 'Fantastic'. It is very square and very modular, no fussiness, but it is able to accommodate traditional furnishings and art, fireplaces, high ceilings, designed by David Page this home is something to behold. The concrete floor is poured between rebated timber strips atop a polystyrene base designed for solar gain. The colours play roles in this home, with a grey exterior blending with silver grey walls inside, easing outdoors to indoors. Built in dressers in oversized wardrobes in the bedrooms, while dark coloured Jarrah cupboard doors in the kitchen. A media room resides within the courtyard, physically separate from the rest of the house, this also provides guest accommodation along with the also separate studio above the large garaging. Outside there are walled area's that provide an escape from the prevailing wind yet sunny and private. Access to the front door via a three-meter cedar door, privacy is a priority. The architect devised a series of sliding wooden shutters that can completely enclose the balconies on the upper floor or selectively block and capture the wind and sun. Bifold doors separate the upper storey master bedroom, en suite and extra living room from a seaward-facing balcony. Shutters run outside aluminium railings that border the balcony. In the guest room, the shutters create a tree-house effect for summer sleep-outs. The master area has a main bedroom with sliding doors, that separates the main bedroom from its adjacent sitting room with fireplace. White Island huffs away in the distance, while farmlands heads for the hills through the glass wall opposite. Beauty and the beach, this home has had an extensive renovation over the previous 2 years and is now finished and ready for a lucky new owner to fall in love all over again with its beauty.
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