Pacific Cool meets Mid-Century Modern.
The Owner’s Villa has four ensuite bedrooms and is fully self contained. It is beautifully appointed with mid-century, designer and collectible furniture throughout. The art collection is considered one of the country’s finest with Kiwi, American and Aboriginal artists on display and thoughtfully mixed with Africana, reflecting the owner’s unique taste and perspective on art. The Villa’s first floor contains a large kitchen, dining room, lounge area and two bedrooms, the Mrkusich and the Woollaston. The MrKusich suite (41m2 / 441f2) is situated in the front corner in the Owner’s House on the lower level. The luxuriously appointed suite features a King bed, private entrance through an alcove, sitting area, television and French doors, which open out onto the wrap around deck. This suite boasts the corner view looking out to Andrew Drummond’s sculpture Vertical Form, across the vineyard over the Tasman Bay. The Woollaston (48m2 / 517f2) is located opposite of the Mrkusich Suite on the lower level of the Owner’s House. The luxuriously appointed suite features two queen beds, private entrance through an alcove, sitting area, television, a large desk and seating. It is the most secluded of the suites, with views looking out to the Heritage Forest site. The upstairs of the Villa and offers the most extensive and dramatic views of the property. Its two ensuites, Pittman (59m2 /635f2) and Hotere (28m2 /301f2), are connected to one another through the art gallery (181m2 /1948f2) and share the library space (41m2 /441f2). An extensive deck extends from one suite to another. In all there is 309m2 (3325f2) of living space full of beauty and wonder. The Villa is separate from, but connected to, the Loft through an outdoor walkway.