Entertainer’s delight in Otatara

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HAVE you ever dreamed about having a home with your own native bush walk in popular Otatara?

If you have, this exceptional four-bedroom split-level house on Oreti Rd, set on a 4539sqm section, could be the perfect choice.

The house, built in the 1970s, offers everything for those looking for a spacious family home with different options for entertaining.

The living/dining area is bright and spacious with sliding doors leading to 100sqm of deck area, offering excellent indoor/outdoor flow.

The living area is heated by a wood burner and a heat pump, with three additional heat pumps located throughout the home.

The open-plan designer kitchen is equipped with modern appliances including a dishwasher, two built-in ovens, cook-top and a range hood.

There is also a big breakfast bar and walk-in pantry.

An extra feature of this home is the rumpus/games room, with a full-size snooker table and a bar.

A separate office/optional fifth bedroom has sliding doors leading to another balcony.

The four bedrooms are all double in size, with large aluminium windows and built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom has access to the deck area.

The master bathroom is modern and spacious, and has underfloor heating, a large spa bath and double vanity.

The guest bathroom is brand new and has an enclosed shower, toilet, vanity and room for storage.

Downstairs is garaging for eight vehicles and a workshop. Additional parking is plentiful beside the garaging and throughout the property.

The outside area, surrounded by native bush, is exquisite.

The garden has a pergola, sitting area and plenty of space for entertaining.

There is also a tunnel house and a garden shed.

For more information about this immaculate home, phone Ray White Real Estate agents Brendan Mason on 021 399 402 or Karen Dempster on 021 488 292 or visit http://rwinvercargill.co.nz/properties/residential-for-sale/invercargill/otatara-9879/house/1691622.

Address: 55 Oreti Rd, Otatara, Invercargill

Price: Auction

Open home: Saturday, July 29, and Sunday, July 30, 11.30am

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