As a quality construction completed in 2003, this stately 318 square meters (approx.) executive residence is plaster clad on a cavity and occupies a thoughtfully landscaped 509 square meters (approx.) section. In a prestigious neighbourhood and elevated for attractive, leafy vistas over Crossfield Reserve this substantial property promises a summer of parties and celebration for one lucky family.A distinctive central atrium above the culinary hub provides a sense of generous connection between levels with the boundary-pushing spaces encompassing a huge open plan family room and dining area shared with the kitchen. Underscored by beautiful timber floors and new carpeting throughout, the crisp white walls and sleek lines infuse a casual glamour into every room. The kitchen displays minimalist flair with innovative appliances, a huge granite island and Nordic timber elements. Multiple exit points provide excellent air and people flow to the deck and patios for alfresco relaxation while a separate sky-blue living room with heat pump is a quiet media retreat. On the upper floor there's a sizable third sitting room with an interior Juliet balcony skirting the atrium and exterior doors to another. Bedrooms are all double and include guest quarters on the lower level neighbouring a bathroom and separate laundry. Upstairs four more bedrooms share a striking monochromatic tiled family bathroom - a look echoed in the master ensuite. Ample storage everywhere is a signature feature of the era and large double garaging is internal access with parking off street for your visitors.Fully fenced around lush tropically themed low maintenance secluded gardens offering fertile beds ready for the salad greens and herbs. A short walk to Glen Taylor School and in zone for Glendowie School and St Ignatius with Sacred Heart College nearby. Close to the foreshore for multiple reserves on the Tamaki Estuary and from St Heliers extending back to the nearby city.