This magnificent home, known as The Landmark, has been elegantly brought into the 21st century. Built in 1906 by Charles Kusabs using rimu from his family sawmill at Mamaku, the well-known homestead has graced the local landscape for over a century. At varying stages of its life, the dwelling has served different purposes, including boarding house, motel, flats and restaurant, but has returned to its splendour as a residence full of romance and charm. Unique, steeped in history and protected by a Historic Places Trust classification, the home boasts a plethora of original features, ornate detailing and classic facades. These team up with modern amenities to give it a thrilling new dimension that encapsulates the best of both eras. The spacious, light-infused interior is furnished with an enviable flock of historic furniture, chattels and artwork pertinent to the home and may be included in the sale. Lavishly appointed and delivering everyday opulence, this family sanctuary embraces stunning formal and casual living areas, four or more bedrooms and three bathrooms, including an en-suite, generous carpeted garaging and an in-ground pool. Entertainers will be in heaven thanks to the inclusive indoor-outdoor relationship that caters to all social occasions. With ample personal space, fabulous social settings, outdoor leisure and room for hobbies, a family will want for nothing. Its easy to imagine hosting everything from poolside parties to stately dinner parties. There is everyday opulence at every turn and a brilliant location overlooking Rotorua Golf Course. The Redwoods are close and the CBD a short drive.