Enjoy the quiet life on Terrace St

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THIS well presented home, situated on quiet Terrace St, would be a perfect choice for those wanting comfortable family living.

Built in the 1980s, the house is located in the popular Rosedale area, close to primary and secondary schools, as well as within walking distance to the Windsor shopping precinct.

The modern open-plan kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, two built-in ovens, a ceramic electric cook-top and stainless steel rangehood.

There is plenty of bench space and drawers, as well as a good-sized breakfast bar.

The kitchen flows into the dining area, which has a sliding door to the patio and garden. This allows for great indoor/outdoor flow and ease of entertaining.

The good-sized living area is tastefully decorated in neutral colours. The home, heated by a heat pump, has large aluminium windows throughout, making the house bright and full of natural light.

There are three good-sized double bedrooms and a multi-purpose room, which could be a great home office.

Two of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, while the spacious master bedroom features a walk-in wardrobe, with plenty of space for clothes and shoes, and also has a private en suite.

The family bathroom is spacious and features underfloor heating, large glass-enclosed shower and a separate bath.

There is a separate toilet next door.

Outside, the north-facing section has an established garden with vegetable plots and rose plants and is well fenced – suitable for young children or the family pet.

This is a perfect space for entertaining or enjoying the outdoors, as there is also a dedicated barbecue and sitting area.

The internally-accessed double garage has a dedicated laundry area, as well as space for a workshop.

For more information about this property, phone Ray White Real Estate agent Paul Sterk on 0224 116 900 or visit http://rwinvercargill.co.nz/invercargill/rosedale/1672240/.

Address: 91 Terrace Street, Rosedale, Invercargill

Price: Auction

Open home: Saturday, June 17, 12pm and 3pm and Sunday, June 18, 12.15pm

 

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