|Living Area||1,000 sqm|
|Lot Size||5 hectares|
Lake View, Mountain View, Scenic View, View.
Twin Peak View is an architectural masterpiece designed by Mason and Wales Architects, the oldest architectural practice in New Zealand. Using their vast experience and understanding of the area they have combined the latest technologies with the highest level of design. Engineered to the highest levels of specification for structure the project was skilfully delivered by one of the countries most respected construction companies, Triple Star Management. Comprising of two lots totalling over 5.7 hectares with the impressive home set on the north block there is an approved platform for a ‘future build’ if required by the new owners. Completed in 2013 and spanning over 1,000 square metres the design is a contemporary interpretation of traditional mountain lodge style. Designed and constructed to withstand its environment and remain serviceable 'off grid' if ever required. The reinforced concrete and steel structure are founded on bedrock, and clad externally in the highest quality materials including; local schist stonework quarried from the property, zinc metal tray roofing, expressed hardwood timber posts and beams with triple glazing in high-performance anodized frames. Interior materials and finishes continue the exterior palette, with solid oak boarded panelling to floors, walls, doors, and ceilings balanced with natural stone, solid plaster and considered steel and concrete detailing which integrate seamlessly with components, equipment and furnishings of consistent scale and quality. The home is cleverly positioned to maximise the potential of the land while carefully concealing itself into the surrounding ‘Outstanding Natural Landscape’ representing a rare opportunity for a luxury habitat in such a protected environment. Generously proportioned the upper level of the home has four luxury suites, all with their own walk-in-wardrobes and ensuites, a home office and generous living and dining areas that capture the range of views from every angle. The lower level is concealed below ground to allow for large floor area in a sensitive landscape allowing for a five-bay garage, bar and games room, wine cellar, sauna and massage room all cleverly designed with natural light filtering from the suspended stair lantern. This country estate is within the Wyuna Preserve development near Glenorchy at the head of Lake Wakatipu, an incredibly scenic 42-kilometre lakes edge drive from Queenstown.