The ultimate farm required the ultimate farmhouse.
A bold vision by New Zealanders Mack and Anne Storey, and internationally acclaimed architect, Andrew Patterson, saw the creation of award-winning Parihoa Farmhouse in 2008.
The uber-modern 641 square metre home is positioned near the edge of a cliff overlooking the Tasman Sea. The westerly orientation of the house ensures it captures the heavenly coastal sunsets.
Parihoa Farmhouse boasts four generous bedrooms, each capturing the spectacular views of both the Tasman Sea and the farm. Three of the guest bedrooms are contained in their own corridor, while the master bedroom suite is separated into the private northwestern corner of the house. The main guest room includes an ensuite bathroom, while the two other guest rooms share a generous bathroom. The master suite has a large walk-in closest and the bathroom contains a double shower.
The house has been built for entertaining and contains four social zones:
Other amenities include an office, a three-car garage, a well-equipped kitchen and additional butler’s kitchen, underfloor heating in all bathrooms, and Bose stereo sound throughout.