188 Hamama Road, Takaka

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CHARACTER 4 BEDROOM FAMILY VILLA

Located several minutes’ drive from Takaka, this beautiful 1920s villa features four large bedrooms, wide hallways, separate kitchen with pantry, gas hob and electric appliances.

The dining is separate with a wood burner with wetback, plus electric for water heating. The lounge is situated alongside the dining area and also has a 2nd built-in wood fire, this room has exposed timber ceilings and built-in book case and native timber floors throughout.

The front entry of the home is grand, with a large covered porch and the exterior is clad in weather board with a near new roof (only several years old). A centrally located bathroom with toilet, vanity and shower over the bathtub. The laundry and a second toilet is in a separate building near the back of the house.

The grounds and gardens are beautiful with plenty of lawns for the kids to kick a ball and play cricket on. Excellent off-street vehicle parking and the property features a variety of mature trees that provide shelter and great privacy and still allowing the home to receive all day sun.

Two car garaging is situated at the rear of the property with concrete flooring along with a third workshop bay.

The grounds are large with 2529 m2 (that’s over half an acre) of lawns, gardens and fruit tree. The dwelling is set well back from Hamama Road and is fully fenced.

The property has been re-wired, re-roofed and has a solar compatible electric hot water cylinder with wetback, along with a smart vent system. Great rural outlook & expansive views of the mountain ranges.

Viewing by appointment - call Paul 0275042872

$565,000

ID# 16010103764

Land Area 2,529 sqm

Paul McConnon

Paul McConnon
0275 042 872

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