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You will definitely feel like you have hit the jackpot when you become the new owner of 4 Elmwood Drive. It is a superb home with lots of space, and it has been immaculately maintained and upgraded since its build in the 1980s. Furthermore, if you require an outside area which can accommodate a campervan, boat, and cars, then you need not look any further. Considerable thought has been put into the design of the kitchen. The benchtop and joinery are a timeless colour, there is a gas hob, double sink, and one of the benches is wide which is great for preparing food, and it can double up as a breakfast bar. In the adjoining area you can fit a dining table and chairs, plus a lounge suite. A Yunca woodburner heats the lounge. Sun radiates into the large conservatory and it is so peaceful sitting in this room and looking out to the garden. Also downstairs is a combined office and laundry, separate toilet with a handbasin, and the double garage. There is also excellent storage under the stairs. Upstairs feels airy and from most of the rooms there are fantastic views of Saddle Hill and the Maungatua range. All three upstairs bedrooms are large which is ideal for children who like to spend time in their rooms. The master has a top quality built-in wardrobe with drawers and shelves, plus an ensuite. Around five years ago the family bathroom was renovated. The tiles enable a contemporary look to this room and there is a shower, bath and vanity. The section is absolutely delightful and is a real asset. It is well fenced, and the backyard is private and sheltered with established plantings and raised garden beds. There is also a sunny paved area where you can entertain friends until late in the evening. This is an exceptional home and will appeal to a range of buyers. Our advice is to inspect sooner rather than later. Phone Shane or Julie. Deadline Sale Closes, 4pm, Tuesday 16th April (prior offers considered).
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Otago and Southland
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