Architect's own site
2A Aotea Crescent, Havelock NorthBy negotiation
Would you like to build a four bedroom home in the village with a definite edge? Located away from new housing developments, the architect/owner has designed a house for the site, which reflects his belief in modernism architecture, but also gives a nod to the Netherlands based De Stijl movement (Dutch for 'The Style') of which the artist Piet Mondrian was the best known and a true modern master, also to the 1924 Gerrit Rietveld/Schroder house in Utrecht which is a World Heritage site. Another salute to history is the two tiny pieces of 300BC marble tile from the Roman villa in Ascoli, Satriano in the Southern Italian province of Puglia inserted into a block of the retaining wall. The 549sqm section is well positioned and has desirable eastern views plus northern views down the valley. Major engineering site works have been completed, including 240mm reinforced concrete block retaining walls and top specification 1500 litre inground Sewage Pumping Station. The 1500 litre stormwater attenuation tank is already connected to storm drain. If you are wanting to live in a home that will delight and thrill, this opportunity may be for you. Call Jane Fitzgerald for further discussion. Rateable Value $250,000.
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|Lot Size||549 m2 (more or less)|