41 days ago

Just listed!

Harcourts Helensville

80 Cabeleigh Drive, Helensville - $739,000
Family Ideal with Views

The vendors of this well constructed and maintained home built the house 17 years ago. They've loved living here, but changes come to us all and it's time to shift over and let someone else experience this ideal family home. There's room here for everyone with four generous double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a third guest toilet, large step down living room, an office and loads of storage. The original shed has been split neatly for use by the lady and the man of the house, and could also be an ideal teenage 'hang out'. The hectare has been fenced into six paddocks of gently sloping land. Houses offering the number and quality of features up for grabs here are not common and when they come with enough land to either run a few stock or grow produce, it doubles their attractiveness. Make your offer while it's still available.

Further details can also be found on the link.

Call Nicky Horsbrough for further details or to arrange a viewing 027 288 0113.

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The Team from Auckland Council

Act now to beat the water shortage:
• Install a rainwater tank (resource consent fees waived).
• Maintain your tank (check guttering is clear).
• Install water saving devices (shower head/taps).
• Install a water sensor to monitor your usage.