This 230m2 spacious home with tranquil sea views is ideal for those with vision, to create a wonderful family home, or a perfect holiday home with guest accommodation on the lower level.
For boaties, seaside lovers or people just wanting a relaxed coastal setting, this property offers it all.
The easy contour 840m2 section has an elevated house site with access via an esplanade reserve to the water and features mature Pohutakawa trees, coastal plantings and lots of bird life to enjoy.
The 1973 two storey home has been designed for guests and to appreciate beautiful sea views and vistas from your living spaces. Terraces spill from both sides of the home and are ideal for relaxing, appreciating the sunshine and enjoying a bite to eat while soaking up the views.
The kitchen, dining and an expansive living room are on the upper level with two large ranch sliders that open to the terrace.
There are two heat pumps (one upstairs and the other downstairs) and the flooring is ceramic tiles throughout, creating a lovely beachy feel.
The main bedroom and another bedroom are on the upper level, as well as the laundry/shower room and the main bathroom.
On the ground floor (initially designed as the garage), a past owner has created a large living space, perfect for an overflow of guests with its own kitchenette, a bathroom and two bedrooms.
This property could even suit two families.
Also, there is plenty of room for tents, the boat and extra vehicles with a reasonably flat section around the house.
Property in this waterfront position is hard to find, and Giles Way is a quiet cut de sac with deep water anchorage and an all tide boat ramp only minutes from your gate.Shops and restaurants are within ten minutes drive and the surf at Waihi beach close by.
Located within the Bay of Plenty – Tauranga, and the surrounding areas are renowned for great fishing, boating, a large inner harbour, good swimming beaches and the surf at Waihi beach at the northern end of the bay, and Mount Maunganui at the southern end, with scenic bush and the Kaimai ranges as a backdrop – creating a wonderful recreational playground.
Economically the Bay is known for its thriving business and rural community with Tourism, Horticulture (predominately Kiwifruit and Avocado production), Viticulture, Pastoral farming and Forestry as the key economic elements.
With a temperate climate, great business opportunities, excellent schools, beaches, cafes and restaurants, the growing region is proving to be an attractive destination for both Kiwi’s and international migrants to live and holiday, and a wonderful place to enjoy all, that life in New Zealand offers.
Land Area:840m2 (more or less)
22 Giles Way, Tanners Point, New Zealand
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