Home of the week – 242 Oreti Rd, Otatara


A LIFESTYLE property in Otatara is a sweet oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Located about 8km from Invercargill, it provides plenty of open space and room for the whole family.

A circular driveway greets you as you enter the gates and a garden filled with kowhai and beech trees lines the side of the home.

The spacious two-storied house has four bedrooms, an office, a large living room and another separate family room which could be made into a fifth bedroom.

The first room as you enter the house is the open-plan dining and kitchen area, with ample counter-top space and a bench serving area kitchen for the home entertainer.

Adjoining this area is the large lounge which features wide windows looking out to the property and allowing plenty of sunlight into the home.

The room also has a Jayline burner which will keep the home warm in the cooler months.

A four-car garage allows plenty of space for parking, it has a high beamed roof and a clearance loft.

The substantial three-bay shed provides room to put farming machinery or outdoor equipment.

is ready for use with a concrete floor and power supply.

Outside, the home offers sustainable living with plenty of garden beds, a tunnelhouse and a chicken pen.

The backyard leads to a 1ha paddock ready to home horses or a small number of farm stock.

Two water tanks provide plenty of water storage.

Across from the lifestyle block is a 1ha flat section, which is on the market.

This property provides ample opportunity for the new homeowners to extend the land.

Otatara offers semi-rural living, with good schools within a short drive.

Quiet and tranquil, there are many walking tracks and activities to enjoy.

The beach is a five-minute drive down the road.

To appreciate the extent of this home and all it offers, a viewing is a must.

Price: Deadline sale closes 4pm, Thursday, December 16
Agent: Property Brokers licensed real estate agent John Beaufill, 0274 310 054, john.beaufill@pb.co.nz
Viewing: Saturday, December 4, 1pm-2pm