Built in the late 1970s by a well-known local identity, this 140m² home comprises two linked, ferro-cement domes; accommodating both family living spaces and bedrooms.
Channeling the "no straight lines in nature" mantra, this is a totally unique design, that was personally endorsed by Hundertwasser himself, and is ready to be restored to its former glory.
Constructed from naturally insulating materials, this solid home is very cool in summer, and warm and dry in winter, with the combination of its secluded location amongst mature gardens and the aerodynamic shape meaning there are virtually no wind issues.
With the two connecting wings, there is separate space for extended family, teenagers, quiet office or generous art studio. There is also a detached double garage and large workshop too.
Options for the new owner are endless; the property could be secured as an investment for the future; with some remedial work, it would lend itself beautifully to a retreat development; or the current layout could be utilised as an ideal rental or air bnb with separate entry points for guests..
In a world of its own, this is just minutes from the Packhouse Market, quality schools Kerikeri village and the wider Bay of Islands surrounds.
If this concept has interest for you, make an arrangement to inspect this unique property.