With over half an acre of land, most of which is flat lawn, and a short walk to Cornwallis Beach - which is one of the most desirable and enjoyed beaches in West Auckland, you don't get this combination often. Go for a walk on the wharf, enjoy peaceful scenery, go fishing or meet your friendly local neighbours - Cornwallis Beach will witness beautiful moments of yours once you make 71 Cornwallis Road - Auckland, your own.
This 1970's style home has gone through some renovation which have not been consented by the council at the time. In addition to the current advertised 2 bedrooms, there is another room, used as a bedroom. Bedrooms are spacious and the open plan living area offers views towards the water and front flat lawn area. The downstairs was built as a rumpus room but is currently used as a granny flat (which is not consented as a living area).
The property is currently tenanted, keep the tenants or make it yours. Note that the photos provided are from 2008.
First home buyers, beach lovers, mum and dad investors this is an affordable opportunity. No better deal in lovely Cornwallis!
If any one interested do let me know
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I have 2 more plants that I need your excellent help in identifying please.
I saw these in a friend's garden and for the life of her, she couldn't remember what they were - we all have those blank moments.
1. The first one is a delicate one with beautiful tiny purple petals with grey like 'pods' on the long stem.
2. The second one is a bush type plant with larger leaves at the bottom and smaller leaves as it got taller. The flower sits on a very long stem.
Thank you all in advance.