This spacious family home set on over 2.8 hectares of land would be ideal for a large family and those who love to entertain. Privately set amongst lush tropical plantings your living areas seamlessly flow to a well thought out deck and outdoor entertaining area – perfect for alfresco dining and enjoying the ambience of this delightful property.
The kitchen has been totally refurbished, complete with a granite bench top and a large pantry for the chef in the family.
The main bedroom is substantial with plenty of room for a desk and a chair or sofa to lounge in and read a book, plus opens to a private deck with a boardwalk leading to an inviting spa area – tucked into a corner of the garden.
There are 4 other bedrooms for the children and guests, one of the rooms would make a great office and an expansive rumpus room in the loft space above the garage – away from the main living areas, so excellent for teenagers and rowdy kids.
While the attic space proves wonderful for extra storage – suitcases and that spot to house the Christmas decorations.
A large flat lawn is a wonderful place for kids and pets to play and a fenced vegetable patch and developing home orchard has lots of varieties of fruit for the family.
The blokes will love the separate lockable shed/workshop with an extra open bay for storage and there is a great woodshed or chook yard, that was previously a stable.
You can run a few beefies on the land and there is a loading ramp and yards for ease of management.
Plus there is plenty of room for the kids to have fun exploring the creek, running wild and building huts in the trees.
With lots to offer both families and those who love country life – this fabulous property is available for immediate viewing, so phone Angela today.
Year Built:1990's additions 2001
180 Work Road, Aongatete, New Zealand
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