Purchasers searching for a fabulous hillside property will be instantly drawn to this delightfully appointed, “neat as a pin” home. Perched upon the Hill in Huntsbury and enjoying compelling views, this spacious, recently renovated, well presented home plays host to two bedrooms and an office.
A well appointed new kitchen is complemented by open plan dining/living spaces, with large windows ensuring you’ll always be able to enjoy the captivating views. The two heat pumps add to the home’s warm and inviting ambience, while an excellent indoor/outdoor flow to the patio means you’ll spend plenty of time either entertaining or just relaxing and enjoying the sun.
Other highlights include the separate single garage, with the bonus of off street parking (which you don’t find often on the hill). Combine this with the proximity to array of amenities, cafes and recreational tracks, plus being zoned for Beckenham School and Cashmere High. This delightful home is a ‘must see’ for anyone looking to establish themselves in this sought after part of the city and is perfect for the first home buyers, professional couples or the downsizing retiree.
Key attribute of the home includes:
• Amazing views
• Updated throughout
• Open plan kitchen/dining/living
• Two bedrooms
• Separate office
• New kitchen
• 2 Heat pumps
• Great indoor/outdoor flow onto a patio
• Standalone single garage
• Plenty of storage
• A wonderful garden & outdoor area
I urge you to view, as I am confident if you are looking for that special home on the hill, you will not be disappointed. The owner’s instructions are clear – the property must be sold!
Don’t delay, call me today!
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