- Updated On:
- October 11, 2021
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 362 m2
A Stately Tuscany Villa - Italy Found in Auckland !
Don’t miss out ! – The House of Nautica are leading builders of masonry homes and not often is one offered for sale………
A Spectacular Residence designed by multi award winning designer Mark Wilson and master builder Tony Fraser owner of “The House of Nautica” on 4000sqm of land.
Potentially this property could be subdivided if the services are extended up the road from the developments a short distance away.
The owners traveled extensively throughout Europe and especially Italy to capture the style design and quality of a stately Tuscany home.
The masonry home boasts huge garage, 4 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, designer kitchen, underfloor heating and hand plastered walls on the ground floor.
Open plan dining, living with high stud and large fireplace. Indoor outdoor flow to extend the living areas to the outside living area featuring an outdoor fireplace.
There is also a substantial formal dining area with gas fire and mounted TV, previously a conference room.
The garden enhances the traditional Italian style, landscaping, including cyprus trees, olive trees, lavender, box hedges, star Jasmine. Geranium in Terracotta pots.
A home of distinction for the discerning buyer are rarely do you find a masonry home built by Nautica offered for sale, positioned close to Albany.
Don’t miss out, call now for your private appointment to view.
Stephen Hudson – 0274 746 774
Barney Cornaga – 021 725 915
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