PHOTO: KEVIN STENT/STUFF – Earthworks continue on the multi-million dollar mansion of Ebert Construction director Kelvin Hale at Lowry Bay, Eastbourne.

A massive mansion atop a hill in a Lower Hutt seaside suburb built for the managing director of failed Ebert Construction may be the last project the company ever completes.

Kelvin Hale, managing director of the construction company now in liquidation, has been keeping a low profile, but has continued to beautify his home since the company’s collapse.

A winding driveway leads to the massive secluded three-storey house on a bush clad hillside, with a six-car garage and walls of glass overlooking Wellington Harbour.



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