61 Coronation Road, Hillcrest, North Shore City, Auckland 0627
Auction Proceeding Under Level 3!
Auction 7:30pm Monday 15th February 2021. Bidding by phone only. Bidding registration required.
This is an opportunity that families will relish – simply move in and start living! This charming and solidly built 1950s bungalow has been extended and renovated to a high standard and exudes character and class along with the relaxed comfort families will love.
Built on a full 809sq/m section, the sense of space and sweeping views over the valley across to Rangitoto and Auckland City define this home. The modern open plan kitchen, dining, and generously sized living area flows seamlessly to the partially covered outdoor deck - the perfect place to relax and unwind, sipping a glass of your favourite while enjoying the expansive views.
Warm and sunny, the layout of this property provides plenty of options. Upstairs you will find four large bedrooms including a master bedroom with ensuite, a study and a family bathroom. Downstairs offers a living area with a bedroom and a bathroom, accessed either internally or via a separate entrance. Potential as a granny flat or home business, great for extended family or older teens looking for space and separation!
With a section of this size there is plenty of outdoor garden space for the entire family to spread out and enjoy. Trampolines, bikes, playhouses and pets, plus plenty of parking for caravan or boat - the options are yours.
When it comes to location, the proximity to parks, shops, public transport routes and quality schooling (in zone for nearby Willow Park, Sunnybrae Primary and Takapuna Normal Intermediate schools) provides all the assurances you could wish for as to the strength of your investment. Not to mention an easy drive to the beautiful North Shore beaches allowing you to enjoy all that the Shore lifestyle has to offer.
My vendors loved living here, but the time has come for another family to make this their home. Homes of this calibre in this sought-after location are rare, and interest will inevitably be high as a result.