When people think of city fringe convenience they don't often associate that with the stand-alone state of the art modern living on offer here.
This 260m2, brand new freehold home just minutes walk from Wellington's Political, Cultural, Business and Botanic quarters is one of a kind.
Key Features Include:
• Four bedrooms
• Large family bathroom
• Master with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe
• Double glazing + 10 solar panels
• Internal access double garage (including EV charger) with further off-street parking
• Designer kitchen with scullery + pantry
• Engineered to high building & EQ standards
• Spacious dining + large living with separate media room.
• And much, much more!
This really is a very generous family home set in one of Wellingtons best suburbs with exceptional sun aspect.
The very clever design of this future-proofed property provides homely, relaxed privacy with a verdant outlook just minutes from the CBD.
This exceptional property is also zoned for sought after schools and positioned for an easy lifestyle.'
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This cat is a trooper but we can all see she is still struggling from time to time so I’m writing in hope someone may be growing catnip or even have a few seeds that we can plant ourselves.
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