Otakibeach

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70 Tasman Road

Wellington
4
2
N/A
190sqm
5454sqm
70 Tasman Road Wellington
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2.30pm - 3pm
proudly marketed by
Tall Poppy Kapiti Coast
ICONIC ART DECO
An exceptional property in a fantastic location. First time on the market in almost 30 years, a truly amazing property set on expansive grounds. The property enjoys complete privacy with a stunning semi rural outlook and views of the Tararua Ranges. Take a stroll through your very own native bush abundant with bird life. Plus Otaki beach is just a short stroll down the road. The property offers four double bedrooms, three of which enjoy direct access out to a gorgeous covered verandah. There is also a generous separate self contained studio. The huge living area also opens out to the verandah and is heated by a woodburner. An abundance of storage enhances practicality, while the neutral decor ensures the new owners will have no problems expressing their own sense of style and personality. Outside, there's plenty to capture the attention of both developers and land-bankers, including the 5454m2 (approx.) of land and the holding value provided by the home. Shore up the opportunity to secure this great coastal property, and you and your family could be enjoying a relaxed lifestyle in a community renowned for its sun, surf, and long beach walks. Whilst you'd be forgiven for not ever wanting to leave Otaki Beach, on the occasions that you do, all amenities are within easy reach. A much loved and cared for property, but without question it's the scope and potential that's the icing on the cake, astute buyers will see the appeal in establishing themselves in a sought-after location. Developers will find the large area and the solid home an enticing proposition. Whatever your plans may be, urgent action is required. Contact me now for further information. Proudly Marketed by Maureen Preston 0272700257
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