This property has now been sold. 🎉
How cute is this lovely sunny home in Massey?
Facing almost due north, the first thing you will notice living here is how the front of the house, landscaped gardens, flat front lawn & deck, are all bathed in sun from dawn till dusk. This cute ‘cottage style’ house sits beautifully within its surroundings, and the paved entrance pathways seem to welcome you to come in.
When you do step through the front door, you will be greeted by the sight of a lovely bright kitchen, which flows through to an open plan dining area and lounge. This well presented living area is kept comfortably warm by using either the log fireplace, or convenient heat pump. The bay window at the end of the room, picture frames elevated views across the urban landscape below. There are two doors from this lovely space to give you access to the covered veranda deck at the rear of the home.
After-hours you will retire to one of the three comfortable bedrooms. The master suite has its own heat pump and, unusually for homes of this design, there is a full combined bathroom, plus another w/c off the hallway. A separate laundry room completes the picture of the interior layout.
If you are looking for a lovely family home, in a quiet ‘end of street’ location, this nicely presented property right at the bottom of Anich Road could be perfect for you. The North/West is one of Auckland’s fastest growing value areas, and this is your opportunity to get a foot-hold into this booming real estate sector.
Please feel free to visit one of the Saturday or Sunday open homes, or call for a viewing appointment. One word of warning though, be prepared to fall in love with this one…
Property ID: 577354
Land Area: 526 m²
Off street parking: 3
Separate Laundry: 1
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