Find tranquility and privacy in popular Otatara

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THIS home, located in a beautiful setting in popular Otatara, will tick all the boxes for a family.

A private driveway leads to the house, set on a 2427sqm section on tranquil John St.

The house has three bedrooms, a modern kitchen and a beautiful outdoor area with a private bush walk.

The tastefully decorated home is heated by a wood burner and heat pump and has a heat transfer system installed throughout.

All the bedrooms in this 120sqm home are double in size and two of them feature spacious built-in wardrobes.

The family bathroom has a wet floor shower and large vanity. There is a separate toilet and a separate laundry room next to the bathroom.

The open-plan kitchen/dining area flows from the living space, providing great options for entertaining.

Sliding doors lead to a sun-drenched conservatory, offering a private place for relaxing.

The conservatory opens up to the outdoor patio with a sitting area perfectly positioned to make entertaining easy. This is a great place for enjoying the sun while barbecuing with friends and family.

The modern kitchen is well-appointed with stainless-steel appliances, including built-in oven with electric cook-top, dishwasher, range hood and ample bench space.

The easy-care outdoor area with established trees and shrubs is sunny and inviting.

A beautiful, fully-fenced garden has a sitting area and a barbecue space as well as planting plots for vegetables, two sheds for gardening tools and additional storage space.

The house has garaging for two vehicles with more parking spaces available in front of the house.

This home is located on the school bus route and is zoned for Otatara School and James Hargest College.

For more information about this move-in ready home, phone Ray White Real Estate agents James McRobie on 276 760 020 or Anneke Kawau on 021 427 643 or click here.

Address: 25 John St, Otatara

Price: Auction, Friday, July 27, Ray White Auction Rooms, 231 Dee Street, prior bids considered

Open home: Saturday, July, 21, 11am-11.30am

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