Exclusive and immaculate lifestyle
Located in one of the region's most prestigious and sought-after locations on the rural fringe of the growing Prebbleton township in the private Parc Provence community is this beautiful home set on 2.22 hectares (5.5 acres) amongst the most magnificent mature specimen trees, gardens and sweeping lawns.
This 350sqm family home was built in 2000 and designed by architect Jonty Rout and has been perfectly positioned to take advantage of the property's northerly aspect and natural shelter. Features of the home include a sunny contemporary kitchen and living space with a separate dining room which opens to provide outdoor living options. The spacious tiled entranceway leads through to the large living room with log fire also opening to an outdoor living area providing a wonderful space for those warm summer evenings. Accommodation is provided by four double bedrooms including the master bedroom with built in double wardrobes, a spacious ensuite with bath and separate walk-in robe. A modern family bathroom services the remaining three bedrooms. A separate laundry has both external access and to the double garage. A staircase from the hallway leads to the first-floor snug which also doubles as a private office with views across the property.
A Peony plantation of approximately four hundred mature plants provides a seasonal symphony of vibrant colour and extra income if desired. Four paddocks including cattle yards are sheltered by manicured hedges providing options for sheep, cattle and horses. The shedding is extensive including an American style 14x9 metre barn perfect for hobbies, cars or home business, three-bay implement shed, two-bay garden shed and hen house. Additional features included are a fenced lawn tennis court, pop up irrigation system, chestnut and cherry orchard. This property is truly a must view and a magnificent opportunity to secure this excellent, well established and beautifully presented property on the urban boundary of Christchurch and a few minutes from Prebbleton.