Elevate your lifestyle and your senses!
Peace, privacy, sun, space and views all combine with a stunning home, providing you with an opportunity to embrace the life you've always dreamed of.
Everything about this home will captivate you! From the moment it comes into view as you ascend the driveway, to the grand entry illuminated by a stunning feature light, it is simply breathtaking.
Moving through to the central living space you'll find yourself in the heart of the home. The kitchen is a designer delight with a crisp modern feel, and the large central island is perfect for casual dining and interaction while entertaining.
An adjacent sitting area offers a relaxing spot in front of the woodburning fire. The lounge and dining both flow out to wrap around decking, with glass balustrades providing unobstructed and impressive views from the Manukau Harbour to the city. A second lounge/media room is a cosy space which also enjoys access to the deck.
Four bedrooms all open to private decking and take in the views and lush environment. The master suite is an absolute haven. An expansive space it has beautiful bi-fold windows above the bed and an ensuite reminiscent of a luxury resort. There is an additional family bathroom and a well-appointed powder room perfect for guests.
Downstairs you have the option to configure the spaces to suit your family and lifestyle. A large room with its own entry is utilised by the current owner for her business but has also served as a rumpus room. An internal access garage completes this perfect package.
Outside there is a large flat lawn area to enjoy, there's also a sheltered fire pit and a woodland wonderland complete with sandpit, swings and seesaw for the smaller family members. Cascade Avenue is one of Waiatarua's best kept secrets being a quiet cul de sac in the Oratia School zone yet close enough to the CBD to commute.
This is your opportunity to move away from the hum drum of the burbs and live a life less ordinary!
The Melbourne Cup can be seen as an excuse for people to dress to the nines and get so drunk that they often miss seeing the races.
The physical and psychological pain these horses suffer is immense, with the movement against horse racing growing as animal welfare advocates call for change. What do you think? Should horse racing be banned? Vote in the poll below.
38.7% Definitely - it’s inhumane38.7% Complete
11.3% No - it’s a bit of harmless fun11.3% Complete
5% I don’t have an opinion5% Complete
45% Only for those found guilty of abuse45% Complete
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I can see it now ... a row of dead electric cars on the roadside after making the decision to do a road trip.
Along comes a petrol fueled vehicle with the means to bring to live the electric cars.
Silly? I think not😄😄😄