Good property is all about position, and 28 Noall Street could not illustrate this better.
On a fenced and gated full section backing onto Taipari Strand Reserve - and adjacent to access to the coastal walkway - this three bedroom, one bathroom family home is the start of something incredibly special. It’s the quintessential ‘worst house, best street’ scenario, with an unbelievable amount of scope to create the home of your dreams. Properties with this kind of north-west aspect, rambling section with glorious afternoon sun, easy care planting, and plenty of place to add a pool or extend the house, don’t come around often.
Extra wide street frontage, no direct adjacent neighbours on the western boundary, 1960s weatherboard character and the prestige of one of the best streets in the area all combine to create a very appealing package. Spacious open-plan living flows to a large, elevated deck at the rear. Three double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower and bath provide a liveable start and a cabin at the bottom of the section functions as a peaceful parkside work-from-home space, gym or yoga studio. Fibre has already been installed.
Weekends will see you taking the dog for a walk on the coastal walkway at the end of the street, strolling three minutes with the kids to the playground, launching a paddle board or kayak into the creek or taking your pick from the cafes and restaurants in the local village shops. Great schools in the area include Matipo Road School, Te Atatu Intermediate and Rutherford College and if you need to grab milk or bread - or maybe emergency ice cream? - the dairy is a five minute walk from your front door.
Now’s the time to call your architect and get them drooling over this location and what you could create together. It’s totally liveable as is, but with work it could be something truly extraordinary. For more information, head to the open homes or call our agent to view.