25 Lyndale Place, Palmerston North
Located in the bowl of a great cul-de-sac site sits this wonderful 3/4 bedroom family home with single garage. Modern refurbishments will certainly impress, whilst the overall low maintenance nature will prove an attractive bonus. Overlooking the Kelvin Grove park, this great home certainly warrants your inspection.
443 Poplar Road, Opiki
It is my absolute pleasure to present this outstanding lifestyle opportunity to you – featuring a wonderful 1930′s family home with approximately 1.5 acres of paddock, just perfect for the family pets! Solid in design and appealing in nature, this gives the complete package with a myriad of home grown fruit and veggies awaiting your nurturing skills. Plentiful and generous floor plan that provides a wonderful family feel. Double garage.
Vendors on the market to see SOLD and invite you to view at your earliest convenience.
95 Trickers Road, Bulls
This is a special, peaceful property situated near Bulls, that has been designed for lifestylers. A circular drive creates a strong entrance that frames scenes of the established grounds. The lifestyle property incorporates 2.39ha (more or less) – ten paddocks for livestock hobby farming, five shade houses (approximately 2200m2) – great for generating a secondary income or introducing self sufficiency – and citrus trees all sheltered by a range of native trees.
Entry to the home is by way of a formal entrance which flows through to a formal lounge, dining and kitchen area, providing indoor/outdoor flow to a large deck. The hallway leads to three sizable bedrooms plus a study. The upgraded kitchen/dining area allows for relaxed dining in a peaceful setting.
The locality of this lifestyle property allows for a great climate combined with superb growing conditions.
44 Dobsons Lane, Kelvin Grove
When I was first invited to sell 44 Dobsons Lane, Palmerston North I took it upon myself to research the unique construction by meeting with the builder Warren Dunn which I hope will uncover why this property is so special. The dream of building this romantic French provincial home took many years to create and then build. Warren spoke passionately to me about how he sourced native timber from around New Zealand to build the house so it would stand the test of time. It literally took years to dry and recycle a mixture of Totara, Matai, Rimu and Maire timber. You would have to agree an “exclusive use of timbers” in today’s building industry.
The internal beams of the home are Australian hard wood and were sourced from an old railway bridge. To provide buyers with quality reassurance, this is an upgrade on today’s standard building codes. The wall framing is traditional tanalised timber with a cavity system and lined with plywood behind and a non rigid backed plaster system. The exterior plaster is three coats thick between 35 and 50mm.
There is no other French provincial country home of this quality so close to the city that offers the full mix of family home, guest house, plenty of off street parking, workshop facilities, paddocks and space for a family to enjoy. For those who are ready to live a European lifestyle there are many differences to the traditional Kiwi home.
This is an impressive home from the street as you approach the property. For added security you enter through electronic gates to a large off street paved and concrete courtyard used for ease of getting to all parts of the property, all year round. You will love being able to park under cover in the portico to bring the children or groceries in from the car on rainy days.
The two story guest house links with the house via a covered walkway which works really well. The ground floor is a sunny open plan living room with a new kitchen and butler’s pantry. Currently though, it used as a children’s playroom or parent entertainment lounge but could be used for many options such as a home business. Upstairs there are two large bedrooms overlooking country side plus full bathroom facilities.
The house enjoys an excellent floor plan starting with an standout entry foyer offering good natural light and an elegant stairwell. A feature room has to be the formal lounge and dining with its raised fire place and mood lighting. This room has enjoyed many a dinner parties and is particular stunning by night. There is a clever combination of tile and carpet flooring throughout the home which has been built to stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer months. The living is mostly enjoyed in the kitchen/dinning family room where a cosy log burner creates a special ambience. Two downstairs double bedrooms one with a dual bathroom allows options for guest or teenage accommodation. An under stairwell wine area is neatly tucked away for those who want to continue the French theme.
Upstairs the concrete floor construction will eliminate unwanted noise and consists of two double rooms along side a family bathroom and study nook. A separate main bedroom overlooks the spectacular country side from its balcony and its European style ensuite is a good size. A separate luxury ‘dressing room’ for the ladies with a small casual room could be used for an exercise gym, or reading and relaxing is a winner.
Add to this excellent storage and features; ducted central heating upstairs, heat pumps downstairs, as well as underfloor heating in specific areas throughout the home.
The builders workshop will be something to be proud for those who wish to house there valuable toys. A very high stud and lined luxury work space with a separate driveway entry point will cater for you perfectly if you are a mechanically minded person.
The grounds are maturing nicely and I can see within a few years this property will provide good privacy and shelter now that all the hard work has been done. A stock paddock, orchard, vege garden, are on offer and the potential to further landscape the house section presents many opportunities to the next buyer. Maybe even a swimming pool.
This is a romantic quality built French provincial county home that will stand the test of time and is a unique place to live just like as if you were living in France it self. The choice is yours, dare to be different.
1/6 Edwards Place, Terrace End
This 1980′s brick and tile townhouse is nestled amongst a gorgeous garden setting. The delight of the neighbourhood, lovingly tendered. The home offers the warmth of natural light, the cosy feel of gas and has a great open plan flow from the spacious kitchen through to the dining/lounge area. Two good sized bedrooms, separate toilet, bathroom has a shower, vanity and a bath in it. Internal access garaging. This home is quality, and standout amongst its competitors! You won’t be disappointed – call to view today!
585 Ferguson Street, Terrace End
Professionals, singles, trendy chicks here is your next home. Yes a home with a heart – quickly one feels this is home. It’s a solid 1900′s character, all done, safe and secure and oh so private, awaiting you at an affordability that everyone can own.
Perhaps it’s the open plan living, sundrenched, trendy and so easy to entertain in. The tasteful décor, modern kitchen and bathroom or the generous sized three bedrooms. You will be expecting to move in soon, to enjoy the outdoor private living in a relaxed environment, room enough to socialise in while compact to feel the weekends are for enjoyment not work.
Well located for very quick access to city, universities, hospital, workplaces.
A Rateable Valuation of $280,000 this will be auctioned so do your homework today. This one you don’t want to miss out on!