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Leaders Real Estate (1987) Ltd Licensed REA Act 2008
From top to toe - BEO $1,200,000
Well positioned towards the end of a quiet cul de sac and blessed with all the sun on offer, it is a privilege to market 10 Khandallah Road. Those familiar will be well aware of the charm and popularity of homes located in this railway settlement. Only adding to this charm is, among many other things, the condition in which this home is presented. There is also the relative rarity for the area of drive on access to spacious garaging and extra off street parking for another two vehicles if needed! From top to toe, it will be hard to find fault. The beautiful character of yesteryear is evident while modern comforts like extensive insulation, a radiator heating system, partial double glazing make for a superbly cosy place to reside. The beautiful native timber floorboards, functional modern kitchen and designer light fittings ooze class. The current owners have benefited from many years of hassle free living, you will too. Conventionally configured over one level, the home is extremely well designed and makes the most of a wonderfully sunny aspect. The living space is situated on the north-western side with a door leading out onto the expansive decking. The dining and kitchen work in a semi open plan fashion with the ability to partition via sliding doors. Quality Miele appliances. All three generous bedrooms are located off the central hallway as is the bathroom and laundry. Multiple grassed spaces on three sides connect well with the decking. The great aspect for sun has been previously mentioned but there is also the added benefit of being sheltered. This means great potential to create a thriving vege garden that gives back. Awarua Street train station is only a 4 minute walk away, bus stop so close also. Well zoned for excellent schooling including Ngaio School (circa a 1 minute walk away), Crofton Downs Primary, Wellington Girls, Onslow College and Raroa Normal intermediate - all decile 10.
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Wellington Central/North