- Architecural layout with all day sun
- Three bedroom home plus extra studio space
- Open plan dining and living
- Light and bright with space for all the family
Built in the late sixties to the architectural design of Ted McCoy and with a nod to the era of bell-bottomed trousers and orange head scarves and wooden beads, this property is light and bright and has potential plus. In the main house you'll find an open plan dining and living area with glass partitions, heatpump and open fire. The separate kitchen was replaced a decade or so later with timber finished storage and overloooks the neighbouring rural vista. There is a large separate laundry adjoining the kitchen with ample storage for pantry necessities and general household supplies. The central hallway has another heatpump and leads to three double bedrooms with built in robes and good sized bathroom and separate toilet. Neutral decor prevails throughout. The single garage plus carport adjoins a separate studio with boasts a large living room set up as a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and toilet. The grounds have easy care gardens and flat entertaining areas on both sides of the house and studio so regardless of the prevailing weather, you can still dine alfresco.
This property is 5 minutes drive from Mosgiel, 10 minutes to downtown Dunedin and 15 minutes to the airport. Offers subject to house sale are also welcomed as we know the current shortage of good homes is unsettling for those wishing to downsize or upsize from current properties. Call me today on 027 556 3360 for further information.