THIS spacious character home on Enwood Ln could offer you the lifestyle you have been looking for.
The two-storey home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas and a park-like outdoor area.
The north-facing home is beautifully refurbished throughout and is packed with special features, including pressed tin ceilings, hand-painted tiles on five fireplaces, black pine polished floors, carved rimu pillars and a rimu and maple staircase.
All the bedrooms and a family bathroom are upstairs. The bedrooms are spacious and feature large windows throughout which allow in plenty of natural light.
The master bedroom has access to two large covered balconies, offering a nice space to enjoy the fresh air, sunlight and warm evenings.
The family bathroom has an enclosed glass shower, separate bath and a toilet. The second bathroom is downstairs and is equipped with a shower unit and a toilet.
The ground level features a great entertaining area with two inviting and nicely decorated living areas.
The spacious kitchen/dining area is open plan and has an easy flow to a formal dining room.
The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, built-in oven and a gas cook top. A large bench offers plenty of space to prepare meals as well as another option for family dining.
The home was completed in 1914 and is heated by a gas fire, a wood burner and a heat pump, with Expol under floor insulation.
Outside, there is a large garden with plenty of lawn, established trees and shrubs, including a 130-year-old English Weeping Elm tree.
This is a perfect space for entertaining or enjoying the outdoors, as there is also a dedicated barbecue area.
The home, set on a 1508sqm section in a good location, has a large internally accessed four-car garage with workshop area.
For more information about this expansive home and to arrange a time to view, phone Professionals Real Estate agent Tim Frampton on 027 254 5955 or click here.
Address: 11 Enwood Ln, Georgetown, Invercargill
Price: Deadline sale, Tuesday, June 5, 3pm
Open home: Saturday, June 2, 12pm-12.30pm and Sunday, June 3, 11am – 11.30am