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27 Landmark Terrace Orewa Asking Price
Offers Over $1,300,000
4
3
2
308m2
230m2

Rare as Hen's Teeth

Ideal for any age and stage, 27 Landmark Terrace in Kensington Park offers the scale of a family home with the ease of executive living. Bring your cat and dog to enjoy the privately fenced garden in a pet friendly community. Or simply enjoy the garden’s seasonal produce until you are ready to lock up and leave. This is resort living at its best with shared amenities that include a heated indoor swimming pool, gym, sauna, petanque, manicured gardens, cafe and more. And all of this is a mere 700 metres, easy walk, to the white sands of Orewa beach.

The upper level of this home includes a luxurious master suite complete with its own sea view balcony, a spacious walk-in-wardrobe, and ensuite. Two further double bedrooms share the family sized bathroom, and there is plenty of storage on offer with generous wardrobes and a double linen cupboard.

On the living level you will appreciate so many features designed for comfort - from the open plan, the modern kitchen with a walk-in pantry, the stone bench tops, quality tapware, induction cooktop, modern laundry (with convenient access to the outdoor clothesline), a discrete w.c. and a ‘bonus-room’ with direct access to the patio and garden. Ideal for a 4th bedroom, media room or second lounge.

The east facing deck is perfect for entertaining and offers views of the manicured streetscape of Kensington Park. Each home is immaculately groomed and offers a unique touch of seaside architectural styling.

Our vendors circumstances have changed, and they are committed to their move. Come see us at the weekend open home or call today to book a private park tour and viewing with Paul and Jaimee, the Kensington Park Property Specialists.

Jaimee Durham

Salesperson

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Paul Jarvis

Salesperson

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