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20A Alison Street

Waikato
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2
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240sqm
450sqm
20A Alison Street Waikato
Openhome
Saturday
2pm - 2.45pm
proudly marketed by
Jason Penny
Vaunt NZ Limited TA Proppy
Secluded Entertainment Lakehouse
Whether you have a growing family, you're looking for an easy retirement home with no lawns to mow, or just enjoy brisk morning walks and slow evening strolls around the lake - this home is just the ticket to enter the popular Hamilton Lake location. Finished to a high degree, this irresistible brick home has been thoughtfully designed with family and entertaining in mind. It will impress busy professionals or retirees searching for a lock-up and leave or townhouse-style living. It's a convenient walk or bike to Waikato Hospital, avoiding parking headaches. On the weekends, it's only a short stroll to the local garden centre café for a coffee. Inside, the smart floorplan includes four generous-sized bedrooms plus an office or a fifth single bedroom. This includes a master with good-sized ensuite and WIR. You'll love the kitchen-diner with a separate butler's pantry which has a seamless flow to the north-facing outdoor entertaining area. Upstairs are two living rooms so you can follow the sun and enjoy beautiful sunsets over Mt Pirongia on the western balcony. The two bathrooms upstairs are tiled and the home has ample storage. For the teenager, extended family, or even the Airbnb option, the large bedroom downstairs is positioned independently of the main home and is complete with its own ensuite and separate access through a separate laundry. There's a double car garage with internal access and off-street parking for guests. The basement portion of the house is plaster over concrete block. This is a rare opportunity to purchase in a preferred location where you can simply turn the key and enjoy. Call Jason or Joy to find out more. We work with all agencies. Conjunctions are welcome. Disclaimer: Information contained on any marketing material, website or other portal should not be relied upon. You should make your own enquiries and seek your own independent advice with respect to any property advertised or the information about the property.
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