- Year: 2008
- Floor Area: 500 squ. metres
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‘STUFF – HOUSE OF THE WEEK’
If there is a job to be done, it should be done properly – and this Blenheim home has been crafted with attention to all the details.
Built six years ago the owners were after a property that offered both indoor and outdoor living, with plenty of options for entertaining.
The house is constructed from hebel stone, and contains a C-Bus system, which controls all the electronics.
There are several heating facilities, including air conditioning throughout, European-style wood heating through the floor, under-tile heating and gas fires.
A specially designed two-lane lap pool is one of the property’s prime features. A safety-approved automatic cover seals the pool off completely when not in use, allowing it to stay clean and warm.
Linked to the pool area is the kitchen, which comprises of three areas – a scullery, main kitchen, and coffee-making space, set up with a coffee machine, hot and cold water on tap and drawers containing all the bits and pieces needed for coffee art.
According to the owner, the bathroom also deserves a mention – with the main shower area containing three shower heads, including body jets.
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