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18 Irwin Place

Bay of Plenty
18 Irwin Place Bay of Plenty
proudly marketed by
NZ Sothebys International Realty Taupo
Central and Convenient
It is the location you have asked for and is accessorised with a charming weatherboard cottage. Set to the rear of a flat site with established plantings on the boundaries, the garden is private with secure fencing for pets and children. Outdoor dining is catered for under the covered patio and the scene is set for an easy-peasy holiday break. But the main attraction is the superb high stud boat garaging in long-lasting colour steel cladding. Approximately 7.6m by 9m long with 3.6m at the shoulder it will accommodate boats and toys galore. With storage facilities in demand, it has possibilities as an additional revenue stream on its own. Massive in size and hugely beneficial to this property it is so convenient to have your boat securely stored on your property . With a full section, there is still room for extra parking and backyard cricket. Inside, throw open the doors in the galley kitchen and let the sunshine in. A spacious, bach style kitchen with timber cabinetry, Formica bench-tops and a standard pantry is a very functional space. The open-plan living with a wall-hung heat pump - air conditioner has three sets of glass doors to the garden maximising the indoor-outdoor flow. Sleeping six across two bedrooms the owners have also passed on their clever concept plan to change up to a four-bedroom home where minimal reconfiguration is required. In the heart of Kinloch this agreeable cul-de-sac has many long-term owners who simply refuse to sell. They know the value of being so close to the lakefront yet secluded from the hustle and bustle that summer brings. With a park at the end of the street and linking into the walkways and bike trails around Kinloch, these locations prove their value year in and year out. Do not hesitate to talk to your advisors as these gems do not come along very often. Call me for viewing options today.
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