The French House
Creating a sanctuary for family and friends was the inspiration for transforming this architecturally-designed inner-city home into a "Little bit of southern France" for its third owners.
High concrete walls provide privacy and intrigue as you enter the hidden courtyard garden and deceivingly spacious home as featured in New Zealand House & Garden June 2017 issue.
Constructed of plastered concrete block, with tiled roof and wooden joinery, indoor/outdoor living is abundant from two spacious living rooms and separate formal dining. The kitchen has a very provincial feel with feature shuttered window, double porcelain butlers' sinks, granite benchtops and generous storage. Three or four bedrooms, high beamed ceilings, concrete in-ground pool and views over Days' park from mezzanine floor are all on offer.
Being close to excellent schooling, city, Chartwell shopping and river walks are obvious advantages.
Loved and enjoyed for fifteen years by present owners and first time on the open market for twenty-five years it's your turn now. Come and feel you are home.