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Ray White - Metro - AJ McPherson & Associates Ltd MREINZ
Simply a Kiwi Classic… Sun… Space & Security
The well-proportioned and enduring Summerhill Stone homes of the 1960s and have always been a popular choice with home buyers and this home is typical of its time, with generously sized living spaces and a generously sized 607sqm section. Updated with new carpet and a mix of solid polished timber and laminate flooring is set in spacious grounds and offers three double bedrooms, all with built in timber cabinetry and two bathrooms including an ensuite. Potential buyers will be delighted to discover that much of the work has been done here for contemporary living, including a combination of a clean white colour palette partnered with vibrant feature walls will easily accommodate your choice of furniture. With French doors opening from the living and dining areas to a north facing patio and large private grounds this home also offers even further potential to enhance and enlarge. Likewise gates can easily be added to the driveway making the whole property secure for younger children and pets. Because of the generous proportion and symmetry of homes of this age and the materials used in the original build these homes are a popular and solid investment in good living. Meanwhile all the practical aspects of good living are already here such as the north-facing aspect, private living and dining areas and large picture windows to take full advantage of the sun. It hasn't taken people long to recognise that homes such as these can be a veritable goldmine when it comes to being able to add value with little more than a good eye for design and a bit of work. Close to shops, schools, services and all the delights of the Tannery with its boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, there's a lot on offer here. The astute buyer will be quick to see the opportunity and make their move accordingly. Deadline Sale: All offers to be presented on or before 5:00pm, Thursday 8th June 2017 (unless sold prior)
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