This beautiful renovated bungalow was moved on this site in 1995 and since then the owners poured their love for history in this home. During the renovations the owners took care of insulation so, contrary to what is often expected; this home gets warm when lighting the fireplace. For the rest they tried to stay as close as possible to those days, resulting in a walk through the past when visiting this home. As was normal when this home was first built, the sizable kitchen/dining is well away from the formal lounge. This ‘best’ room of the home has a bay window adding to the character. With polished timber flooring and timber framing throughout, the colour scheme and choice of fabrics and furniture the atmosphere is complete. There are 3 bedrooms and a conservatory and off course, very important back then, a separate laundry.
The house has been lovingly restored according to its style but not overdone leaving the new owners room to add their own personal touches.
Just outside the backdoor is a separate area used as a gym.
Some sheds have been added through the years.
The original honey shed has a concrete floor and a permitted shower, toilet and room for the washing machine. The hot water is provided by a califont. It has a 6x6 open plan area with a permitted kitchen plus a separate approx. 24 m2 room making it fully self contained. Giving it endless potential to the next owner.
In front of this shed a 60 m2 plus loading bay was added.
The rest of the 3500m2 land (approx.) is used for lawns, gardens, plenty of established fruit trees fruit trees and some small paddocks for the chickens and ducks.
Set on a country road well back from main roads this property is just over 2 km from Te Puna roundabout.
Heat - Fireplace wood Hob Gas Bottle Hot Water - Wetback
Hot Water- Electric Oven - Electric
Covered Patio Lawn Off Street Parking