134 Early Valley Road
Designed by well-known Christchurch architect Bruce Banbury, this beautiful home boasts magnificent views over Lansdowne Valley, Pegasus Bay and across the Plains to the mighty Southern Alps. The 225sqm (approximately) home is a showcase of precision and considered thinking with well thought out additions, including solar power, in-slab underfloor heating connected to a wetback and heat pump. Running the length of the ground level, the living spaces offer plenty of opportunity for the entertainer and ample space for growing families. A split-level lounge and TV room opening to a barbecue patio offer multi-use while the conservatory allows you to soak in the magnificent views year round. The kitchen has been renovated, boasts quality appliances and large walk-in pantry. The adjacent laundry room has an additional walk-in pantry. The connection between inside-and-out is found throughout the home with views of the Valley and the lush garden surrounds from every room. Two of the three bedrooms are located upstairs sharing an ensuite and downstairs the third bedroom, complete with ensuite, is perfect for guests or teenagers. Underfloor heating, radiators, a heat pump and a Firenzo log burner work hand-in-hand to ensure every corner of the home is cosy and warm. Stepping outside, the attractions continue with an immaculate, terraced garden and lawns, a possum-proofed vegetable garden, a substantial chicken shed, mower shed, garden shed, propagation unit and second enclosed garden shed. Connected to the home via a covered walkway, the three-car garage ensures you have plenty of space in which to park the car, boat and trailer. An attached studio has all the amenities required for those in need of space or those with regular guests to stay. The property offers not only a spectacular place to call home but the opportunity to run stock. This is a magnificent quiet rural location yet an easy commute into the city.