THIS spacious, four bedroom home, set on a lifestyle block in Myross Bush, has a homely, farmhouse feel.
Expansive and airy, the 1990’s home captures the sun throughout the day and features open-plan, free-flowing living, three showers, a spa bath and two toilets.
The home is surrounded by a variety of trees which not only helps maintain privacy and noise reduction from the road, but also separates it from the paddocks.
The front entry to the house is via the patio to the sun-drenched dining area and kitchen, with another option of a side entrance which leads to a wide hall. The third option is via the double garage where the utility area is, including a large laundry room with plenty of storage, and across the small hall, another room with a shower, toilet and basin – very handy after working on the property to nip through the garage and clean up before entering the home.
The utility area, hall and kitchen are tiled with large Mediterranean-style tiles which also adds to the home’s ambience and family feel.
Not only is the hall wide, it also has plenty of cupboards for storage, and all four double bedrooms with in-built wardrobes lead off, as well as the kitchen and lounge.
The kitchen also has plenty of cupboards, and is open plan with the dining room, which leads on to the patio. The front yard is perfect for children to play on and the patio area would make a great entertaining space.
Only 10 minutes from Invercargill, the property is close to Myross Bush School and is also zoned for James Hargest College.
Set on 3.29ha (8.13 acres), which includes an array of sheds including a deer shed which has been used in the past for horses, open bay shed and a shearing shed, the property has been split into 11 paddocks which gives plenty of options to any lifestyle or hobby farmer.
For more information about this property, contact Ray White Real Estate sales consultant Allan Dunn, phone 027 773 7050, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here.
Address: 170 Myross Bush Road, Myross Bush
Auction: Ray White Auction Rooms, 231 Dee St, Invercargill, Tuesday, August 28, 5.30pm (prior bids considered)