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Unlocking Potential: A Rare Gem
Enter the realm of timeless sophistication with this marvel from the 1970s - a testament to futuristic design that remains as captivating today as it was decades ago. Radiating elegance, this home showcases architectural lines and expansive glass elements bathing the interior in an abundance of natural light. Upon entering, your attention is immediately drawn to the glass overhead, hinting at what lies beyond, as well the vaulted ceilings throughout create an airy ambience. The kitchen has a functional layout, while the adjacent dining room and living area seamlessly transition to the outdoors, offering the perfect setting for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining. Three bedrooms await, each with built-in wardrobes for storage. The bathroom has a sunken bath, and a shower in the laundry and a separate toilet add to the practicality of the layout. Additional upgrades include two heat pumps, a gas fire, carpeting and drapes. But the allure of this property extends beyond the main dwelling. A separate building beckons with possibilities, comprising a three-car garage, an adjoining workshop, and a versatile two-storied space divided into different areas including a bathroom, and a heat pump helps keep it warm. This space has been inhabited and enjoyed by an individual for the past 8 years, a testament to its enduring appeal. Outside, the owner's pride shines in the lush vegetable garden, a bountiful source of fresh produce that not only enhances the landscape but also helps reduce the grocery bill - a true win-win! Tucked away down a private driveway and located near the ever-popular Fairfield school, this property presents an enticing prospect for future development. With scope to enhance the existing house and exploring subdivision options with its 1379m2 (more or less) section, this is an opportunity not to be overlooked.
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Otago and Southland
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