What dreams are made of…

House · Available
Price $925,000
Available

This is a rare opportunity to secure a spacious 350m2 family home set on a full quarter acre section, the luxury of a lift, a guest wing on the lower level for B&B, or extended family, and a large garage suitable for three to four cars.

Beautiful water views, framed by majestic Pohutakawa trees, are enjoyed from all the family, kitchen and living spaces, and sun drenched decks spill from the formal lounge, dining room and guest wing, and beyond to the garden, to enjoy outdoor entertaining with family and friends.

Electric gates at the front entrance give ease of access to an extensive parking and turning area, and the garage has an automatic door on either side, so you can drive straight through the garage and around the side of the house to the front yard. Handy if you have a trailer, a small boat, and kayaks.

Ideal for family with a large lawn and established trees and grounds, there is plenty of room for kids and pets.

This could be your answer to ‘The Good life’ with a fishing jetty only five minutes from your gate, deep water anchorage and an all tide boat ramp close by, at Tanners Point, and a family friendly beach at Ongare Point, a leisurely 10 minutes stroll along a peaceful reserve.

Did I mention, the spa pool stays too…bliss.

Located in a fabulous position away from the hustle and bustle of the city, not far from Waihi Beach and mural town Katikati, and a couple of hours drive from Auckland. There are lots of options here for families to work, play or simply enjoy a wonderful lifestyle.

Phone me now to book your appointment to view, this stunning property.

Additional details

  • Land Area:
    1,011m2 (more or less)

Location

25 Esplanade Road, Katikati, New Zealand

Agent

Angela Fowler

Katikati Office

07 549 3355
027 220 8992

Angela brings an enthusiastic and positive approach to real estate. She believes in a personal touch, which is evident throughout her communication. Angela builds relationships where she listens and then suggests, rather than bullying. She put a big emphasis on..