A pristine wooden weatherboard and brick house built in 2006, with four bedrooms upstairs, plus a home office (or bedroom), and three bathrooms. The two big living rooms open to a sunny fenced landscaped garden with fruit trees, a fish pond and plenty of room to potter or play. The kitchen has jarrah flooring and a granite top for the central island, and there’s gas service for the cooking hob, Infinity Hot Water and central heating; plus there’s an HRV. The double internal access garage is carpeted so perfect for the table tennis table and there’s also good off street parking. Easy walk to Amesbury School and the bus route. This is a cracker so be quick to view.
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You will feel right at home as soon as you enter this single level weatherboard home. The big formal lounge has a cosy wood burner and the open plan kitchen/dining room with wooden floors adjoins the family room with doors to a private patio and fenced garden. There’s three double bedrooms, a big bathroom and two toilets and a brilliant tandem garage and workshop under. A popular location with a short cut to Churton Park Primary School and Kindergarten and the park just down the road. Deadline Sale 24 May 2018 (may sell prior)
Price: Deadline Sale 24th May 2018 (may sell prior)
A plan that works in a cul-de-sac with lots of late sun. A lovely safe section for the children to play with plenty of lawn and big patios, with easy flow from the formal lounge and the big open plan family room. There’s four bedrooms and two bathrooms on the upper level, a separate study and a scullery off the kitchen. Gas central heating and a 10 Year Masterbuild Guarantee. View By Appointment.
221m² of comfort for your family with five bedrooms and three bathrooms including a guest bedroom and bathroom on the lower level. A separate formal lounge and an open plan kitchen/dining/family room with a big scullery for the Master Chef. Plenty of sun and gas central heating for the chilly winter days. Double internal access garage and good off street parking. Cul-de-sac location.
A cedar weatherboard exterior and over 240m² of comfortable living and just up the road from Churton Park School and Kindergarten. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms, with spacious formal and family lounges ideal for your growing family. There’s a big deck for al fresco dining and a fully fenced easycare section with mature shrubs. Double internal access garage and a big basement for storage or a wine cellar.
You will love this immaculate single level colonial style three bedroom home built on a sunny corner, with an easy walk to Churton Park School, the park and the bus stop. There’s a large open plan formal lounge/dining room and a conservatory opening to a private patio. Two toilets and a big separate kitchen with three ovens for the serious chef, with gas for the hob. Single garage under, or drive in to a covered carport right at the back door. Cosy gas heater in the lounge plus a heat pump. A rare opportunity in a popular location and a must view.
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Forget apartment living and come to Churton Park to this lovely 3 bedroom plus study home. Very low maintenance garden with a deck and a balcony to track the sun. No need to sell the big dining table and you can keep all the furniture with both formal and family living rooms. Split levels afford privacy for guests or family; with two bathrooms and a separate guest toilet. A double garage and off street parking and minutes to the bus stop if you want to ditch the car. There’s a lot to like so make sure you see 80 Abilene Crescent.
A popular design with all the features for your busy family including a scullery for the chef and a study nook for the students. Four bedrooms including a big main bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. Two living rooms with patios for outdoor living and a garden for pottering and play. View By Appointment.
SORRY NOW S O L D Fabulous unrestricted views - a rugged, peaceful spot in a small coastal settlement. This 895m2 section has established flax & scattered trees & shrubs. Park a caravan, build a cabin or just secure now for the future - there are no covenants. The sea is just across the road with a lovely sandy beach, a great place for beach cricket, good surfcasting for kahawai & bluecod - out in a dingy to pull up your crayfish pots - dive for paua or exciting surfing for the brave! On Lonely Planet's 10 most popular spots to visit - close by great deer stalking & pig shooting in area - excellent walks to the stone wall waterfall, Putangirua Pinnacles, up the Mangatoetoe river to the DOC Huts - NZ Fur seal colony, along with baby seal nursery & great sunsets over the Kaikouras, The ship wreck Ben Avon is off the Mangatoetoe beach or just kick back - escape here & enjoy watching birds, sea life & passing yachts, cruise and cargo ships. The small, picturesque fishing village of Ngawi is just a couple of minutes away - golf for $7 a round or do lunch at the historic Lake Ferry Hotel around 30 minutes drive or do the wine trails of Martinborough. Ask Lizzy 0800101594
Cut the commute and enjoy a carefree lifestyle? Just 6 years young, this sunsoaked 3 bedroomed low maintenance freestanding townhouse will set your weekends free. It offers the security and satisfaction of home ownership, with a minimal commute to the CBD - a must to view? Bonus - private in/outdoor flow, second wc and internal access garage. LIM available on viewing.
Price: RV $420,000