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Thursday 17th September - 6:30PM
In Rooms Harcourts Takapuna
proudly marketed by
Cooper & Co. Ltd MREINZ - Milford
The Retirement Village if Booked! Much Loved Family Home for 36 Years
Don't let the Rating Value of $2.5 million put you off viewing this property. Owner moving to her new apartment at Retirement Home. She has many treasured memories of fun-filled family times, but is now looking to the future. With its great street appeal, the unspoilt garden to the rear - just like how they used to make 'em, this home will tick many different buyers' requirements. Sitting on the higher side of Hart Road, in an enviable position, with wide urban views of the neighbourhood through to the night-lights of Takapuna. There are numerous possibilities here - a new family who wants to carry on this legacy, perhaps with a renovation in mind, the developer who may want to move the existing dwelling, making room for two modern homes or those just wanting to sit and land-bank? This buying decision should be a "no-brainer" with everything this address has to offer with Takapuna and the local shops, beaches, restaurants, cafes, public transport, schools etc all just a short walk or commute away. Very handy access to main arterial routes into the CBD. Located within the extremely popular Hauraki School zone with the walking school bus literally passing this home every day. Also zoned BIS, Takapuna Grammar & Westlake Girls. Come and discover what this close-knit community has on offer. Zoned Mixed Suburban and offering 885m2 Freehold land. Don't let this opportunity get away! They simply aren't making these any more. The only prize for missing this one is regret and remorse and back to that search. Our seller is not just testing the market and wants this sold! NB: No Open Homes due to COVID-19 level 3. Genuine parties please phone listing agent to make a time to view. To view all documents related to this property please visit: https://www.harcourtsfiles.co.nz/listings/MP97
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Auckland North