This week’s House of the Week – 31 Enwood Lane, Georgetown


THIS large two-storey character home is a great fit for a family.

With four bedrooms plus an office, three-car garaging and space for entertaining, this Enwood Ln home is well worth a look.

The home was built in the late 1930s and has character features aplenty, with wood panelling, leadlight windows and ornate ceilings. The entrance to the home is inviting with a sunny, enclosed front porch leading on to a private lawn.

The living area is a reasonable-sized space which is on the north, capturing the mid-day sun.

Double doors from the living area lead into the dining room and adjacent kitchen, with wooden built-in shelving and cupboards.

The kitchen is light and bright and comes complete with a large breakfast bar, Fisher and Paykel dishwasher, built-in oven and range top and plenty of storage.

There are two spacious double bedrooms on the ground floor, one north-facing, with two built-in wardrobes, while the other is on the east with one built-in wardrobe. Also on the ground floor are a separate shower and toilet, generous-sized laundry room and office.

Upstairs there are two more bedrooms, one a generous double and the other a bright and sunny single, which would be suitable as a nursery, playroom or office.

The bathroom is very light and tidy, and features a shower over the bath, toilet and vanity unit.

The home has diesel radiator heating throughout. The three-car garage has ample storage as well as a workshop space and internal access to the house.

Outside, the property is fully fenced and private, with a paved entertaining area in a secluded spot at the back.

The home is set on a 990-square-metre easy-care section with only one lawn to mow, some box hedges to tame and roses to prune. The rest pretty much takes care of itself.

To find out more about this property, contact Mike Pero consultant Sheree Williams, phone 027 448 6338 or email sheree.williams@mikepero.comjordan release dateBoots