Well built and well priced
Anyone seeking a well built modern home on an easy care site in Papakura, at an affordable price, would be well advised to inspect 2/19 Alma Crescent.
It is well within reach of buyers in the market for their first family home, and will provide a sound foothold on the property ladder.
In its price bracket it could well be one of the best options now on the market in Papakura.
Built in the 1990s, the cedar and Colorsteel house is well presented inside and out. It is located on a fully fenced rear site with its own driveway. The level section has a hedge along the back boundary which creates privacy, and for your vehicles there is a carport and additional parking on the concrete pad.
From the front deck a ranchslider opens to the open-plan living areas which feature sarked cathedral ceilings. The living areas are a good size, with a centrally located hall leading to the bedroom wing.
First along the hall is the separate laundry, which leads out to the back deck. You can step down from here to the large garden shed, which includes a workshop area.
There are three double bedrooms here, all with built-in wardrobes, making it ideal for a growing family.
The bathroom has a shower over the bath and there is a separate toilet.
The owners have found another property and they are highly motivated to sell. Their asking price of $ 299,000 is very realistic in the current market.
2/19 Alma Crescent can be viewed at the open home this Sunday from 1.00 to 1.45pm, or by appointment with exclusive agent Maria Brown of Harveys Papakura.
For all enquiries, phone Maria on 298 4000 business or 021 109 1000.
Cedar home: On a private, fully fenced rear site.
Living area: Sarked ceilings are a highlight.
Open plan: The lounge flows into the dining area and kitchen.