Perhaps the very best property on Waiheke
205 & 205a Church Bay Road, Auckland / Oneroa, New Zealand
A lifestyle for the discerning, a dream location and a truly extraordinary discovery.
This estate is like no other. The 1,800 sq m mansion has been architecturally designed in plantation style, modelled on the Kauri Cliffs luxury lodge, by award-winning designer Bryce Ardern. It has been elevated on the ridgeline to maximise views across the Hauraki Gulf to Auckland. Our current owners have finished this impeccable property to the highest level of sophistication. No expense has been spared and every detail has been finished to the highest standard.
You will adore your 34 acres of prime waterfront which includes your very own boutique winery covering six acres of luscious vineyard boasting syrah, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and pinot gris.
Your interior features fine French oak, limestone sea shell tiles, and granite with decor styled by interior designer, Anna Desbonnets. Your family living occupying the ground floor is given over to sun, sea and surf, and your designer kitchen can only be described as a dream. While away the hours in your private art gallery, and indulge your senses in your alfresco dining area, conservatory and indoor-heated swimming pool, complete with home theatre and air conditioning. You also have a self-contained wing with four bedrooms, kitchenette, lounge and home theatre for children and visitors.
Upstairs in the main house is the luxurious master bedroom suite with balcony, his and hers en-suites and dressing rooms, kitchenette and a concealed library/TV snug. An additional feature is the premium fully self-contained guest accommodation with morning and evening decks above the four-car garaging. This is a special place for discerning home owners who value space, privacy and quality surroundings in a beautiful, safe, waterfront secluded location.
Your estate is split into two titles allowing for construction of another house, additional guest accommodation or manager's house on New Zealand's internationally acclaimed Waiheke Island. What more could you ask for?