Redwood

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Auckland
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N/Asqm
N/Asqm
Auckland
proudly marketed by
Elysium Realty Limited MREINZ
Well-designed and Well-deserved!
You are sure to step inside and fall utterly in love with this swoon-worthy residence. A secret sanctuary in the heart of Titirangi and nestled in a leafy frame, this beautifully kept character-filled abode resonates with a nostalgic charm, an exceedingly pretty face, and quietly eclipses all the competition. A true forever home, in a leafy setting and kissed by the lovely breezy air that skims from the sea over the Waitakere ranges, this is truly as good as it gets. This sanctuary of calm is bracketed by mature native trees, creating a green canopy that encapsulates the covetably welcoming residence whose gentle disposition precisely matches the exquisite setting. Beautifully etched with a patina of memories, mellow timber ceilings ensure a seamless harmony between the bedrooms and spacious open plan living zone. Light filled and generously proportioned, the rooms have a relaxed sensibility and blush in the afternoon sun with the promise of peaceful evenings. A brilliantly generous beguilingly private garden beckons nature lovers and the large one-bedroom consented studio provides those needing guest accommodation or the flexibity to work from home with the perfect income stream or retreat. Happily zoned for Titirangi School, Green Bay Primary School, Glen Eden Intermediate and Green Bay High School so there's ample flexibility for those first precious years followed by a resolutely well regarded tertiary experience. This jewel of a home is the shortest of walks to both Titirangi Primary and the relaxed cafe culture Titirangi Village is renowned for. Looked over by Lopdell House, the peace of the art gallery and a precinct saturated with boutique shops, locally owned businesses, and beautifully decorated restaurants. Documents can be downloaded from: http://www.53woodbayroad.com Please text Anna on 021 607 971 to arrange a time to view.
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