TUCKED away in the popular suburb of Windsor is a delightful two-bedroom townhouse.
Situated close to the Windsor shopping precinct, cafes and amenities, and a variety of churches, there is no excuse for lateness on a Sunday morning.
With its private courtyard, this front townhouse retains its privacy while giving the new owners the option to connect with the community.
Appealing and loaded with potential, the 1980s home is in original, but tidy, condition. Although it is comfortable as is, it has plenty of opportunities for the new owners to stamp their mark, or to add value.
The main entry to the house leads to the dining room, with the kitchen nearby, which are both decorated in duck-egg blue, adding to the calming ambience.
The galley kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, and its drinking water is filtered. As well as being a good-sized kitchen, it is separate from the lounge, which can be closed off from the dining area by a sliding glass door. Again, the reasonably good-sized lounge oozes comfort and also offers a street view.
The two bedrooms are double in size and have large built-in wardrobes with shelving, and the second bedroom is decorated in a pale blue. Opposite the bedrooms is a spacious bathroom with a shower, vanity, heater and bath, with the toilet next door.
A linen cupboard is also in the hall which leads to the spacious internal-access garage and laundry. As well as a laundry tub, there is currently a washer and dryer, with plenty more room to park a car and for hobbies or as a workshop. The garage door can be opened via the automatic opener, and has an extensive upper window which floods the garage with light. It is also wallpapered, and partly carpeted.
Heating is by a heat pump, and the home also has a heat transfer system. The grounds are easy care with a small front yard and low-maintenance gardens. The property is well fenced, maintaining its privacy, and has a paved area, which includes Central Otago schist, and can be accessed via a charming wrought-iron gate – it’s character and era contrasting with the modern era of the home.
The private courtyard with established camellias, behind the house has plenty of potential to develop with room for a herb or small vegetable garden or entertainment area.
For more information about this home, phone Professionals Real Estate sales consultant Kim Dodd on 027 315 4831.
Address: 73a Antrim St, Windsor
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