Who says beauty fades? Not us! Escape to your very own countryside, railway cottage. You'll never want to live in town again, with everything you need right here.
This quaint bungalow is believed to be built for railway workers, the railway station opened in 1929 and closed in 1982. You'll be charmed by the character of the three-bedroom home, the elevated position and the stunning outlook. The home has been re-wired, re-roofed and has had insulation added in the ceiling, and the rural escape would not be complete without the wood burner, just perfect for those winter nights.
A "Man Cave", high stud three-bay garage, laundry and pump shed, chicken coop and dog kennel complete the picture, making this home appealing to those really wanting to escape the city living restrictions.
1-minute drive (or a 13-minute walk) will take you to one of Whangarei's most popular schools. Tauraroa area school caters for Primary through to High school age. The school has 31 classrooms (including specialist facilities for Music, Art, Food Technology / Hospitality, Hard Materials Technology, Maori, Science, and Computing; alongside a general-purpose hall/gym, a community library and a heated pool. There is good community involvement in school activities.
Situated 22km SW of Whangarei, and about four kilometres from the village of Maungakaramea, which has a garage with a shop and postal facilities, a sports complex, gym, bowling club and a hall.
Contact me today to find out the next available viewing time. Property information booklet and full LIM report available for interested buyers.