About this property
It feels cliche to say it, but all adventures start and end at home. Bilbo and his journey to the Misty Mountain, Wendy and her brothers flying off to Neverland, and Odysseus returning from his 20 years journey to Troy and back. While our own adventures are rarely as grand or as epic as these, they're still amazing and special to us, and they all begin at home. And if you're going to return home after an adventure, it should be somewhere you want to return too, like this wonderful property at 3/84 Kohimarama Road.
Built in the 1960s, this stunning home is one of five, and is built across two levels right in the heart of Kohimarama, one of Auckland's premier waterfront locations. With it's top floor enjoying impressive views out over the Hauraki Gulf and mighty Rangitoto, the property sits on a 1495m2 block of land; in a rapidly growing central Auckland, space like this is an increasingly rare and hard-to-find commodity.
Generously sized, the home has 3 large double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The home's open living area flows seamlessly out onto a spectacular terrace that is ideal for those lazy summer days. This home also has its own utility room, no body corporate fees and is complete with a lock-up garage and carport, giving plenty of parking and storage options.
Across the road from the popular Mary Atkin Reserve, it is just a short walk from both Mission Bay and Kohimarama beaches, with numerous cafes and restaurants, ensuring quality coffee and ocean air are just moments away. St. Heliers village is also just a few minutes away, offering even more coffee and dining options, should a day away from the beach strike your fancy! The home is zoned for Kohimarama Road school and Selwyn College, both of which are within walking distance.
Centrally located and well proportioned, this wonderful home really is an ideal lock up and leave making it the perfect place to begin and end your adventures from, be it a trip to Europe or the Islands, or just a day in the city, this is a home you will be happy to return to.