House - Karori Wellington
This stunning four-bedroom mid-century home is virtually original and is a showpiece of its era designed by Architects Treadwell & Wild in 1958.This was the age of modern where open plan living, large windows and sculptural design was the new way forward.
The property is positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac, set in a calm private sanctuary, surrounded by native bush and abundant birdlife. From this elevated position you can enjoy a view across Karori.
It has drive-on access, a single garage and tandem parking for more. At the entry level is the large welcoming atrium lobby with a wood burner to heat the house top to bottom, a double bedroom (with heat pump) to the left and a pair of twin double bedrooms to the right. At the mezzanine level is the galley kitchen dining room with French door to the garden and deck, the main bathroom, toilet and laundry. The top-level living room is where the house really shines. The proportions of the living room are fabulous – the space, large windows, raking skillion ceiling, the light, the view, and connection with the dining room and kitchen. For those that get it, this historic design mode is still ‘groovy’. On the living level is the large main bedroom with ensuite bathroom – awaiting some extra ‘luv’ from you.
Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase an iconic (collectable even) 1950s classic and make it your own.