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Elysium Realty Limited MREINZ
You Had Me At Hello
Boasting exquisite character this beautiful mid-century residence shines bright like a diamond. A property to truly get excited about, it's very much a case of search, see, love! Sitting prettily on a meticulously landscaped site, with abundant parking and conveniently carpeted garaging, there's a sense of quiet elegance emanating from the inviting facade. A property that creates a natural sense of curiosity due to its evident personality, neatly maintained leafy boarder, and private positioning, it positively glows with good looks. Underpinned by rich timber floors the entranceway neatly bisects the home, with a spacious master suite to one side (looking toward the back garden and offering a truly relaxed air), and to the other, the large living zone and open plan kitchen plus sunny dining space offer a wonderful sense of easy living. With two bathrooms, and light and bright bedrooms, it is a truly comfortable home, carefully improved and beautifully decorated. The kitchen is spacious and ideal for busy family mornings. A tucked away laundry cleverly maximises floor space, and means that to the rear of the site, there's room for lovely private back deck, perfect for watching little ones play in the backyard. Fully fenced, and absolutely impeccably cared for, this gorgeous home will capture your heart from the moment you visit. It's truly even better than the photos, something not often said in real estate. West Harbour is arguably West Auckland's most desirable suburb, with stunning parks, water views, fabulous schools, excellent public transport and the excitement of the ferry to CBD Auckland as a travel option. Bracketed between two desirable urban hubs, the new NorthWest Shopping Centre development, and the glamour of Hobsonville Point's restaurant precinct, and serviced by twin easily accessed motorways, it is truly a divine place to start your home ownership adventure. Documents can be downloaded from www.2buissonglade.com
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Auckland Central