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Elysium Realty Limited MREINZ
Pristine & Renovated on an 808sqm MHUZ Corner Site
An exceptional site in an iconic location, this 808sqm (more or less) plot of freehold land offers an unrivalled position with a corner road-frontage, brilliant aspect, and the potential to purchase a neighbouring site as well if it is development that piques your interest. Situated in the coveted Mixed Housing Urban Zone on the boarder of the extensive Hobsonville Point subdivision, it provides an increasingly scarce opportunity to secure a highly developable site on reasonable settlement terms. Currently hosting a beautifully renovated, exquisitely presented, and perfectly maintained brick single level residence, there is the opportunity for exceptional holding income, or this much sought-after address will allow you to bring another generation of happily little ones up on the extensive grounds while land-banking for a breezy retirement. Gently contoured and carefully landscaped, this property has a generous spirit, the joy of an immaculately kept pool, and school zones that will have the kids set all the way through to the end of high school with Hobsonville School and Hobsonville Point Secondary School the shortest of trips away. A chic monochromatic colour scheme throughout ensures a clean refreshing palate and highlights the sun-kissed aspect. The clever floorplan across the generous four bedrooms and two living areas makes it suitable for families of all ages and stages and the kitchen, which is undoubtedly a highlight, is welcoming and family friendly - looking out to the private leaf-fringed back garden that begs for late summer entertaining. Extensive garaging ensures ample storage and the ability to tinker with a project, and being only the briefest journey to motorways in both directions, this desirable property will charm home buyers seeking a sleek interior, quality finishes, expansive grounds and a substantial landholding. Contact Anna to arrange a time to view. Documents may be downloaded from:
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