Situated close to schools in Hargest

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LOCATED in a desirable Hargest area, zoned for James Hargest College and Salford Primary School, this house would be a perfect family home.

The 1960s house situated in quiet Talbot St has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a good-sized living area.

The living area, warmed by a Jayline wood burner with wetback, opens to the dining area and kitchen – creating a nice space for entertaining.

The kitchen has plenty of cupboards and drawers, and features a free-standing electric oven with ceramic cook top.

The bedrooms are all double in size, with two which feature built-in wardrobes with a lot of space for storage.

The rooms have large windows allowing plenty of natural light and maximising the warmth in the north-facing rooms.

The bathroom has an enclosed glass shower and separate bath. There is a separate toilet and separate laundry.

The driveway leads to the one and a-half car garage set up with a workshop bench and fixed storage options. There is also a covered carport extension and undercover clothesline.

There is an approximate 8sqm fully lined room attached to the end of the garage, which could make a great hobby or play room.

A special feature of this property is the spacious private, fully fenced and secure backyard – perfect for children and pets to run around.

There is a large vegetable plot with a standalone garden shed.

To complete the picture, the garden has a well established elm tree and an area with a wooden pergola which makes an ideal spot for relaxing on summer days.

This well-looked after home has had insulation upgraded through the Southland Warm Home Trust, making it a pleasant and warm place.

This house has lots of potential and with a personal touch it could easily become a great family home for any lifestyle. For more information, phone hoamz real estate agent Don Sutherland, 0272 939 970 or visit http://www.hoamz.co.nz/hoamz/property/26957/309-talbot-street-hargest.

Address: 309 Talbot Street, Hargest

Price: $259,000

Open home: Friday, May 5, 12.15pm and Saturday, May 6, 11am

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