205 Church Bay Rd, Waiheke Island, Auckland 1971, New Zealand
From the listing with Ray White: “An extraordinary acquisition for the privileged property owner, Te Rere Cove estate embodies lifestyle, quality and a standard of living to compete with the finest residential property currently available on a global scale.
Thoughtfully and meticulously designed by Bryce Ardern in French Colonial Plantation style, the exquisite 1800sqm residence sprawls majestically atop a ridge, bathed in light and unparalleled sea views. Neighboured by the retreats of some of the world’s most influential personalities, the home’s columned verandas and breezeways add a heightened sense of openness and grandeur and seamlessly lead out to the 34 acres of lawns, formal gardens and vines, all in an unequalled waterfront position.
The accompanying vineyard itself produces a bounty of Syrah the wine Waiheke Island is renowned for, as well as chardonnay, pinot gris and sauvignon blanc grape varietals.
The main home lends itself to being a luxury lodge or private escape for those who wish to indulge in the heavenly atmosphere of the islands micro-climate a short distance by chopper or boat to the heart of Auckland’s thriving metropolis. Planned around grand spaces and using materials and processes of the highest sophistication, the Interior decoration by award winning designers has created a home that both internally and externally exudes comfort, grace and a level of luxury that can only be described as magnificent.
Occupying two titles, there is enormous scope to build further accommodations for a boutique resort enterprise or a caretaker’s home. Secure, safe and private this is a dream escape of unbelievable pedigree and prestige.
A triumph of design in a sublime location the opportunity to secure Te Rere Cove is presented to the distinguished purchaser today.
Note: A full list of chattels is available on request”
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 7
- Building Floor Area: 1800 sqm
- Land Land Area: 88937 sqm
- 205 Church Bay Rd, Waiheke Island, Auckland 1971, New Zealand