A subdividable family haven
Buyers looking for a quality family home in a top location could find just what they’ve been searching for at 15 Nicholson Ave in central Papatoetoe.
Here we discover a brick and tile beauty, set on an ultra spacious site that’s already approved for subdivision.
On the market for the fi rst time in 30 years, this property will appeal to a wide range of buyers thanks to the endless possibilities it presents.
From the roadside you won’t appreciate just how spacious the site actually is, until you head around to the fully fenced backyard where you’ll fi nd a lovely paved courtyard, fantastic pool, landscaped gardens and a number of fruit trees.
It’s perfect if you’re looking for loads of space for relaxing and entertaining. Of course, you also have the option of building a second dwelling here.
The home itself was built in the 1950s and has been very well maintained. It’s got great street appeal thanks to the neatly maintained lawns, attractive gardens and paved driveway, while inside you’ll love the polished timber floors, which are a feature in all of the rooms bar the kitchen and one of the home’s three bedrooms.
These rooms – two singles and a double – are served by a family bathroom with shower over bath and a separate toilet.
The main living areas of the home include an attractive formal lounge, while just adjacent you’ll fi nd an open plan kitchen and dining area, complete with fireplace for winter warmth.
The kitchen is a good- sized space and features all the mod cons, in addition to a centre island and ample cupboard and bench space.
Completing this very attractive package is separate laundry and a gorgeous cedar conservatory which looks out over the backyard.
While the home is fantastic, you’ll also love its handy location, close to shops and in zone for Central Primary School and Papatoetoe High School – which has an entrance at the end of this peaceful cul de sac.
15 Nicholson Ave is proudly marketed by Dean Edmonds of Harcourts Papatoetoe and can be viewed at the open homes this Saturday and Sunday from 1.00-1.45pm.
It will go to auction on site on Saturday August 15 at 11am.
For further information phone Dean on 277 9780 or 0274 730 179.