It’s easy to imagine the fun to be had on a sunny day at this handsome 1920s bungalow. With a north and west facing garden and a spacious deck, parties at yours will feature a laden BBQ, games on the expansive wraparound lawns and friends mingling across the entertainment areas inside and out.
Architecturally, this historic dwelling embodies the transitional bungalow format, with a traditional but less formal villa layout, wide roof eaves, polished wooden floors and high ceilings.
Featuring 4 bedrooms, a revamped bathroom with a separate shower and bath, plenty of off-street parking, a garden stocked with apple, nashi and loquat trees, insulation and a heat pump, this is a fantastic family home.
Sunday mornings will see you brunching up the road at Humbug Café or at Deco in Titirangi, browsing the shelves at The Book Exchange or going wild at the west coast beaches.
Transport connections don’t come much easier; the bus into town leaves from 100m up the road, Rosier Road is close to main arterial routes and Glen Eden train station is less than 3 minutes by car (or a 1.6km walk according to Google.)
This will be popular. To book a viewing, call our agent or come along to the open homes.