Great potential handy to central Papakura
Being located close to the centre of Papakura, 15 Coles Crescent is zoned residential 2, which allows for further potential – ensuring it will be an extremely sought-after property.
The house, comprising approximately 135 square metres, is large enough to serve as both office and residence – or it could be divided between two occupants.
Look at the house from the street and you would not think it had this much space – but when you are inside, its true dimensions are revealed.
On either side of the front entrance there is a double bedroom, along with a bathroom, separate toilet and ample storage. Next you come to the dining area and the kitchen, where the laundry is situated in an alcove.
Step down to the lounge, where a woodburner is installed in a handsome brick feature. The lounge has french doors opening to a terrace at the side of the house and views of the nearby reserve.
At the back of the lounge you step down to the lower level, which comprises a second living area with its own deck, a third double bedroom and second full bathroom.
This home is in excellent order throughout. It has a new Colorsteel roof and the exterior has recently been repainted. Polished matai floors add to the appeal of the interior.
The appeal of this property is enhanced by the reserve at the back, which includes a large pond and mature trees. You can hear the tuis sing and watch the ducks frolic on the water.
The current owners have been there for 27 years and have cared for the property superbly during their tenure.
Mobile Real Estate will auction 15 Coles Crescent on site on Sat- Spacious dwelling: Handy to central Papakura and zoned residential 2. urday October 27 at 1pm (unless For viewing by appointment sold prior). The property can be and further information, contact viewed at the open homes every Mobile Real Estate agent Michael Sunday until the auction from Turner – phone 296 9009 busi1.00 to 1.30pm, and half an hour ness, 021 858 933 or after hours prior to the auction. 298 3032.
Water feature: The pond in the reserve is home to many birds.
Brick feature: A highlight of the living areas.
Pleasant outlook: back boundary.
The lounge enjoys views of the reserve on the