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256 Konini Road

256 Konini Road Auckland
proudly marketed by
Elysium Realty Limited MREINZ
Potential Packed Home with Inspirational Views
Step inside this delightful home and discover a sunny residence that offers a family friendly lay-out with an absolutely spectacular and unobstructed outlook! This charming 1980s three-bedroom family abode offers a fantastic outdoor flow and a versatile design offering two bathrooms and two living areas - one being positioned on the upper level with the additional deck. Newly painted inside and out, a quality new guttering system, plus fresh new carpet throughout, it's a home that offers a fabulous opportunity to add value and fashion your improvements to the kitchen and bathroom areas, showcasing your personal tastes and touches. The focal point of the home is the wonderful open plan lounge and dining area with large windows and sliding doors where the amazing ridgeline views are to behold day or night. Plus, the great sized kitchen and bathroom have oodles of space with great storage to work with. To complete the picture there's a fantastic, massive deck, perfect to forever admire the elevated views and to enjoy proudly entertaining friends and family. A large covered carport and utility room provides for extra storage spaces. There is an array of beautiful trees attracting a range of birdlife and also makes for the ultimate in privacy. This gorgeous home is now available for the first time in over 40 years. It is set in a wonderful, private and tranquil off-street location which provides plenty of parking. The property has a wide and open rural bush feel, right on the city fringe and the popular Titirangi lifestyle is practically at your door step. This delightful and spacious family residence provides impressive attributes ready for your inspection to fully appreciated everything that is on offer. If you are looking for a home with wonderful views where you can stamp your mark and add extra value, then it is sure to be a home not to be missed.
Upload by Grant Drummond
Auckland Central