Magnificent home with extensive garaging
This coastal Mediterranean-style home is a truly magnificent sight as it comes into view.
At the end of a tree-lined gated driveway, high on the hills above Ruby Bay, this 4,225 square metre property captures one of the region's most prized ocean vistas. Sweeping over Ruby Bay beach and Tasman Bay to d'Urville Island; this ever-changing panorama is spectacular to witness. At night, the port and city lights of Nelson illuminate the eastern shoreline.
28 Korepo Road is a masterpiece of engineering design and construction. The very best building products were sourced to create a home which will surely last many generations.
Setting the scene for the grand double-height entrance hall; transport yourself to Tuscany by entering this magnificent home with Italian columns and arched walls.
A chef's dream; the kitchen and dining area were completely gutted and re-designed in 2017. Now featuring under floor heating, Corian benchtops, a Falcon Professional double oven and a separate walk-through scullery which accesses a lower level cellar/store room.
Built around a central courtyard with an in-ground saltwater swimming pool, a long glass-walled gallery connects to a guest wing featuring a spacious sun room, two bedrooms, a bathroom, separate shower and separate toilet. Ideal for bed and breakfast guest accommodation.
The master suite, which extends across the upper level, is a supremely private sanctuary with its own terrace for enjoying those glorious sea views, a large ensuite, dressing room and access to a private belvedere/turret room.
An office (or fourth bedroom), guest bathroom and large utilities/laundry room (potential fifth bedroom) are located off the entrance hall.
The 470 square metre home is an unbelievable way to start your new journey in life. Spain, Tuscany, the French Riviera!
The triple garage and separate workshop, large enough for a fourth vehicle, combine with a new extra-high 8 metre long carport to comfortably fit the boat and/or caravan.
For further information, contact Daniel Reed