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Bay of Plenty
Bay of Plenty
proudly marketed by
Shaun and Tristy Vadnjal
Tall Poppy Taupo Ltd
The home with perfect views
Just along Woodward Street (close enough to make use of the multitude of amenities on offer there yet far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle), this sturdy weatherboard home has been lovingly upgraded and is presented in immaculate condition. This distinctive home has been renovated throughout to the highest of standards. Ample accommodation is complemented by fresh bathrooms and a well-appointed original kitchen, with open-plan living areas offering plenty of versatility. Large windows provide compelling views right across the town, the lake, the mountains and river which are breath taking. The crisp, neutral decor means any style or era of furnishing will look right at home. With two double bedrooms upstairs and a internal access yet separate self-contained studio apartment downstairs means not only can you live or holiday here, you also have the opportunity to earn an income by taking advantage of Taupo's lucrative holiday market. Sprawling lawns offer plenty of space for the kids, while the sun-soaked patio and the private courtyard ensure you're spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor entertaining. The well-fenced rear section also plays host to a potential sub-division where dreams are made for future development. With the internal access garaging and a bonus of a garden shed provide ample storage for lake toys. You're never far from the action here, with the CBD on your doorstep, not to mention the cafes and restaurants, the boutique shops, and a host of parks and recreational activities. Enjoying a sense of serenity that belies its proximity to the conveniences of the city centre, this sleek, contemporary home (and the highly-functional parcel of land it sits upon) affords an enviable lifestyle, and prospective purchasers are advised to call Tristy on 021 1717 331 or Shaun on 0275 744 034 for more information.
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