The charm of yesteryear


THIS home on Princes St, within walking distance of South City, has the charm of yesteryear.

Built in 1916, stained glass windows on the main doors and in the hallway, and high, ornate ceilings in the kitchen, hallway and dining area add to the elegance of this home.

The lounge, which has a projector and screen, is spacious and has large windows which allow in plenty of natural light, making the home bright and airy.

Heated by a wood burner in the living area, the separate dining area is spacious and welcoming.

The kitchen has a free-standing range with a smooth cook-top, dishwasher and ample bench and pantry space.

The large, covered wooden veranda covers two sides of the home, giving the option of two entrances, as well as an extra place for relaxing and entertaining during the long summer evenings.

The home has three double bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en suite with a wet-floor shower, toilet and heat lamps.

The large, recently-renovated second bathroom has a spa bath, separate wet-floor shower and heat lamps.

There is also an attic area in the home which is perfect for additional storage needs.

The garage, which can accommodate four vehicles, also has space for a workshop.

Set on a fully fenced 658sqm section, with an easy-care garden, two sheds and an area for a tunnel house, there are established trees and shrubs as well as garden plots around the property ready for your personal touch.

To find out more about this home, phone Ray White Real Estate agent Allan Dunn on 0277 737 050 or visit

Address: 109 Princes St, Georgetown, Invercargill

Price: Auction

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