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Character, location and subdivision potential.
Around the same time that Kentucky Fried Chicken opened its first New Zealand store in Auckland, this beauty was opening its doors on Dunraven Place for the first time. Part of a small development of family homes with large gardens and close to Waiake beach; the 1970s saw the development of the Glamorgan estate, including Dunraven Place.
Named after the castle and small town on the coast of Wales on the other side of the world, it shares the charm, character and solid construction of a bygone era.
Owned by the same family for over 20 years this home has easily embraced all the important milestones of their journey; christenings, birthday parties, graduations, engagements and weddings as well as the anniversaries that mark the passing of time.
With five bedrooms, two bathrooms and living on both levels this is the ideal configuration for family, extended family and investment returns.
Two garages, with an abundance of gated offstreet parking will accommodate the boat and RV with ease. The 812sqm (more or less) land area gives immediate development potential. Concept plans and a feasibility study are available for your convenience.
Located in a private and secure cul-de sac off Glamorgan Drive this is part of a safe and popular network of streets between East Coast Road and Beach Road, filled with reserves, green spaces and kids' playgrounds. It's close to local beaches and cafes at Torbay Village and Northcross.
A choice of glorious East Coast Bays beaches within walking distance, as are excellent schools, which cater to children of all ages. One of the biggest drawcards of the location is the excellent public transport options, as well as the motorway onramp for commuters.
Family delight with landbank opportunity or development option right now, the choice is yours.. nest, invest or realise its potential in one of the top growth suburbs on the North Shore.
Seriously for sale.. call to view today.