When only the best will do
- 4 Beds
- 5 Baths
- 2 Cars
One of Waiheke's most impressive waterfront properties, this magnificent north-facing home enjoys extensive views over Matiatia Bay and the waters of the Hauraki Gulf, stretching across to the Auckland skyline and spanning across the gulf islands to the horizon.
This luxurious executive home has been designed for entertaining and no expense has been spared on the rebuild of the original farmhouse that once stood on the property encompassing 400 hectares in what is now known as Church Bay Estates and Park Point.
The owners handpicked this property out of the whole estate, recognising it as the best of the best.
A seamless indoor/outdoor flow, achieved by the continuous use of German limestone flooring, leads to the swimming pool. There are many magical spots on the patio and in the gardens' outdoor rooms to enjoy the views, as well as relaxing or socialising by the pool. A tennis court sits to one side of the home.
Inside, there are multiple living areas, a designer kitchen that is truly the hub of this wonderful home, and a dining area where you will want to linger over relaxed mealtimes, enjoying some of the island's finest wines.
The large master bedroom is the piece de resistance, occupying most of the upper level with its own private deck and a luxurious bathroom. But all four bedrooms in this stunning home are luxuriously spacious, and all have full bathrooms, each enjoying a degree of separation from the others.
The open plan living spaces are bathed in natural light which streams through floor-to-ceiling windows framing the views.
There is lock-up garaging and storage, plus the sweeping driveway has a huge amount of parking for more vehicles and boats. The ferry is just a short drive away or there is a walkway along the coastal track down to the wharf. And while enjoying a private setting, this property is handy to some of the island's award-winning vineyards, the cafs and shops at Oneroa village and the beautiful white sands of Oneroa Beach.
2 garage spaces