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Perfect Pitch — An encampment by an inlet casually inhabits land at Tawharanui.

A few years ago, a couple with young children approached Fearon Hay with their thoughts about building on rural land they’d purchased on the Tawharanui Peninsula. Located on an inlet, big, rolling grassy hills trickle down to the water’s edge. The estuary is not your quintessential ocean-front view for a holiday home and the owners’ approach to building on the large site veered from convention.

Early discussions with Fearon Hay were about a

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