Perched high above the city and rooted in mid-century design, this four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence
Rising to three storeys, the award-winning hillside home in Redcliffs boasts stunning views of the estuary, parks and city.
Designed by O’Neil Architecture and built by DJ Hewitt Builders, it won the Canterbury House of the Year Gold Award in the Resene New Home over $2 million category and was a National House of the Year finalist at the Registered Master Builders 2019 House of the Year awards.
A mix of cedar, plaster and natural stone, framed by sharp landscape design, invite you in. Only the finest fixtures, fittings and finishes are on show throughout. The entertainer’s kitchen and opulent bathrooms incorporate elements of tile and stone.
Exceptional outdoor living options offer refuge from prevailing winds without compromising the incredible outlook.
Structured glass, louvres and a clever arch have helped to achieve this. The three alfresco spaces enjoy a seamless connection to the interior on various levels.
Simplifying the journey between floors, an elevator has been included as a future-proofing measure.
For a grander ascension, the dramatic central staircase awaits. With its open black metal treads and glass balustrades, this stunning structure rises three storeys.
Swimming in natural light, it celebrates that all-important outlook on the way up.