Home of the week – 38 Wellington St, Georgetown, Invercargill

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A GORGEOUS character property in one of South Invercargill’s most highly sought-after streets, this Wellington St home is one for the books.

A two-storied, three-bedroom home nestled in the heart of Georgetown, its size, space and homely feel makes it an ideal family buy.

With its sturdy plaster and brick-clad exterior, beautiful woodwork throughout and a backyard built for summer activities, there is a lot to like about this find.

Up a set of stairs and through the front entrance, you will find the master double bedroom drenched in natural light with a beautiful garden view out the window.

The lower level is also home to a spacious lounge, as well as another lounge area which could be used as an office or nursery

A cloak cubby sits under the stairwell and is equipped with an extra cupboard for all your storage needs.

Just opposite is the bathroom, home to a shub and basin with a separate toilet.

The open-plan kitchen and dining room is stand-out in size and fitted with a stove top, oven and dishwasher, as well as plenty of storage space for all your kitchen appliances and utensils.

From the kitchen, step out into a spacious, private backyard decorated with mature trees, generous lawn space and a pergola for those summer days entertaining friends and family.

Back inside, access to the second level is via a stairway which leads up to another double bedroom, single bedroom and an office space, all of which are cosy and filled with natural light.

With two heat pumps installed, the house is sure to be warm and snug all-year-round.

The property also boasts a roomy tandem garage, with access to power, prime lighting and a workshop space for all your around-the-home projects.

With summer fast-approaching, it is the perfect time to take a peak at this property.

Price: $429,000
Agent: Professionals Invercargill licensed real estate salesperson Bronwin Wells, 027 948 3361, bronwin.w@prored.co.nz.
Open homes: Friday, November 20, 12.30pm-1pm, and Saturday, November 21, 11.15am-11.45am

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