Haver's Heights, situated about half way up Haver's Hill, has been designed to take full advantage of the magnificent view and offers plenty of outdoor living space around a relatively small core of building. The house and the garden appear to merge and a huge deck extension gives the best of both indoor and outdoor living in one delightful space.
The house is arranged over three levels: on the mezzanine, toward the back of the main floor, are two bedrooms and a bathroom; the living area occupies the main floor, where an exquisite kitchen and a relatively compact, but sheltered, living room spill into ample outdoor dining/living areas, gardens and the vast deck; below is the large master bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and another level of garden.
The house is actually semidetached/duplex, but it is almost impossible to see this from anywhere on or off the property and it is surprisingly private and quiet. It has taken more than eight years to renovate and refurbish the property and only top quality materials were used.
The mezzanine is currently used for a child's bedroom and a guest suite with its own balcony, both served by one bathroom. A gourmet kitchen opens onto the interior living space and houses a Sub-Zero fridge/freezer and Viking stove stainless appliances. There is an abundance of clever space, both for storage and food preparation. Behind the kitchen is a downstairs bathroom
Outside the kitchen, sheltered by a pitched wooden roof, is the dining space. And, to top it all off, there is a Jacuzzi where you can wallow blissfully while admiring the stunning view.
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