A rough diamond in Opaheke
Here is a truly rare find – a full quarter acre in Opaheke within walking distance of Papakura’s town centre and in the Opaheke Primary and Rosehill College zones.
On this level 1012 square metre site at 28 King Edward Avenue site is a 1950s brick home that offers a challenge to the buyer with vision who wants to add value.
Renovate or detonate – it’s your choice. This home is sound on the outside but needs a total makeover on the inside – an ideal project for a keen tradesman. Alternatively, you could knock it down and build new houses or units on the site.
If you decide to restore the house, you have a three-bedroom home with combined kitchen and dining and a separate lounge with open fire. There is a separate toilet, separate laundry, and garage-workshop.
There is a possibility that the site could be subdivided (subject to council approval) and being a corner site would provide separate access to each. If the house was removed the site would offer additional possibilities, as the property is in the high density zone.
The opportunities here are endless so bring your tools and chequebook and let’s get started.
The property will not sell prior so is defi nitely going to auction on Tuesday September 16 at 2pm in Harveys Manurewa’s auction rooms at 204 Great South Rd, Manurewa.
Viewing is at the open home on Sunday from 1pm to 2pm or by appointment with Graham Clark of Harveys Manurewa – phone 266 6400 business or 027 564 2700.