31 days ago

House for sale - 96 Grovenor Drive, Orewa

Hong & Dave from Orewa

A home to be proud of – Orewa
You will be the envy of all your friends when living in this immaculate home. You will enjoy beautiful sea views, generous open plan living and entertaining, and a wonderful flow to multiple discreet outdoor entertainment areas with beautiful low maintenance grounds and gardens to relax in and entertain your friends.
The first floor offers you the luxury of a spacious master suite, with full ensuite and walk in robe, three additional bedrooms, a full bathroom and separate w/c, very generous lounge, kitchen, and dining and two heat pumps to ensure your comfort all year round.
Ground floor offers you a further two bedrooms of generous proportions, large lounge/living area, and another full bathroom, perfectly situated for the home and income, b&b, or work from home, the opportunities here are plentiful.
Add to this a large garage/ workshop, dual extra big storage sheds, ample parking, plenty of room for your boat or motor home, ensures this home is truly comfortable and accommodating for all.
There is no work to do here, the entire property has been well loved and meticulously cared for, just move in and enjoy.
View any time by appointment or come along to our open homes each Sunday 11:30am - 12 pm.
Real estate agent enquiries welcome.

Price: $1,400,000

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There is one common reason that is accounting for one-quarter of all immediate failures of driving tests - out of the options below, what do you think is the common reason Kiwis don't pass the test? Vote in our poll.

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