Estate auction - chance for a bargain with house and contents package
Everything at 63 Tawa Crescent has to be sold – not just the house but all the contents, right down to the teaspoons and the ornaments. Due to family circumstances it all has to go.
You’ll be getting a great deal here – a well presented 1980s home built in split stone and tile with aluminium joinery on an easy-care level site. It’s located in a quiet, well-established Manurewa street where you are handy to the local school and shops.
The spacious lounge has a conservatory at one side. The lounge flows into the dining area and kitchen, which includes a good sized pantry.
Going through the kitchen, you come to the separate laundry with storage and the back veranda. Here you have an outdoor living area, garden bed and two garden sheds, plus undercover access to the secure carport. There is plenty more off-street parking on the driveway.
There are three bedrooms, comprising two doubles and a single. The main bedroom has its own access to the bathroom in a semi-ensuite arrangement.
The floor area totals approximately 100 square metres, and the property’s most recent CV, from September 2008, is $ 295,000.
With all the furniture and chattels thrown in, this could be a great bargain package.
The property will be sold at auction by Southern First National, with the auction to be held on site at 2pm on Saturday October 31. Please note: pre-auction offers will not be accepted.
It can be viewed at the open home on Sunday from 2.00 to 2.40pm and one hour prior to the auction. For viewing by appointment and further information, contact Southern First National agent Doug Futter – phone 266 7466 business or 027 488 3755.
Well presented: This split stone and tile home has been well looked after.