29 Ogilvy Terrace
Plimmerton, Porirua City

Peerless, lconic & Private.

Magnificently sited to capture the panoramic sea views that are centered on Mana Island and the distant South Island beyond, this captivating Plimmerton estate is masterfully designed with consummate skill and flair by iconic architects Rosanna Fan who did the original design and Gordon Moller, the alterations. Anchored on 10956m2 of unspoilt native bush, terraced gardens and carved pathways, the 'piece de resistance' is the site location, chosen from the original 16 acre farm as the best site for sun, shelter and views. The clever design positively enhances the natural features creating an idyllic setting to host friends and family. Simply sit back and watch the sunsets, listen to the waves or just breathe in the sea air.
Single level and purposefully separated into two wings where views can be appreciated throughout. The southern wing boasts a large master suite that overlooks the pool as well as the exquisite views and includes a spacious en-suite and walk-in wardrobe. Three further bedrooms, a study area, main bathroom, separate laundry and in-built sauna furnishes the remainder. The elegantly laid northern wing flows from kitchen to living with opportunities in each living space to connect with the lush rolling lawn,terraced garden,pool and the sparkling vistas. Also includes 4 car garaging and ample parking for guests.

After 50 years in the same family, the owners are moving on from Wellington so the family home needs to sell! A once in a life time opportunity awaits you!

OPEN HOME NOTICE - Transport will be kindly provided from the Plimmerton Yacht Club for ease of parking. We kindly request that you do not come up to the house with your vehicle unless due to age, disability or you're with Children.

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Property Features

Property ID: BDN22906
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Building: 1m2
Listed By:Leaders Real Estate City Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)