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Elysium Realty Limited MREINZ
Sun, Space, Schools and Seamless Presentation
Resolutely family-friendly and welcoming, this beautifully crafted freestanding Classic Builders residence is the briefest of walks from the highly esteemed Hobsonville Point Primary School and coveted Hobsonville Point Secondary School as well as St Paul's Primary School - widely considered the premium schooling options in Northwest Auckland. With an abundant level section and high build specification, here lies a home that will last your family a lifetime. Set in a peaceful and established enclave, this two-level residence offers flexible spaces and an incredibly clever floor-plan providing households of all ages and stages with ample space and delightful indoor-outdoor flow. Able to be arranged as either a three or four-bedroom home, this stunning abode provides in-built longevity and timeless finishes. Special touches include high ceilings through the living zone, a large separate laundry, excellent storage, and an exquisite chef's kitchen. With a clear line of site to the garden from this natural hub, supervising little ones and pets is blissfully easy. One of the lovely things about 27 Harvard Street is that it is blessed with all day sun. No matter the time, there's always somewhere that's kissed with light, and the entire residence is bright and airy. This seamless and easy quality is supported by heat pumps across both levels facilitating trans-seasonal comfort. Entertaining will be positively a cinch in either of the living spaces and this is probably the friendliest neighbourhood we've encountered in the development. Hobsonville Point is packed with stunning restaurants, cafes, and parks. It offers the pleasure of a ferry trip to town, and a tight-knit community of professionals and families. Contact Anna on 021 607 971 to arrange a viewing - falling head over heels in love is a given. Documents may be downloaded from: http://www.27harvard.com
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