Peaceful village location
Well situated in a peaceful village, this 1940's cottage has an abundance of charm.
The home retains some lovely character features including an art deco fireplace and wooden floors in the traditionally styled kitchen and scullery. Freshly painted, recent improvements include a new bathroom, double glazing to most windows, carpet, and gas heating to compliment the inset woodburner. Well-proportioned spaces throughout, there's three bedrooms and a sunny lounge. The open plan kitchen flows to massive decks on the north and east of the home inviting those long lazy lunches with family. The superb site totals 931sqm (more or less) and has raised vegetable gardens, fruit trees and a hidden arbour.
Gated vehicle access is internally fenced to maintain a safe zone in the gardens for your family and pets. The new utility room sits behind the garage/workshop and is fully lined with power. Set at the rear of the garden is an unconsented yet fun sleepout with its own little verandah. These buildings have a multiple of uses including home office space.
Arapuni is a popular South Waikato village which lies approximately fourteen kilometres west of Putaruru. Facilities include the village hall, bowling club, domain and Pioneer Park. The well patronised Rhubarb Café is a two minute walk away and there are numerous walks or bike rides to be had along the Waikato River Trails. Nearby Arapuni and Karapiro Lakes are popular for a wide range of water pursuits. Two primary school buses allow a choice of schools including Putaruru and Pukeatua. The village is central to Cambridge, Te Awamutu, Matamata and Tokoroa, all being about thirty minutes drive.
Arapuni offers the best value opportunity to buy an established home in a good location while still being within an easy commute of the Waikato's main centres.
Open Home - 3.15pm, Sun 5, 12 and 19 July
Twilight Open Home - 4.30pm, Wed, 8 and 15 July
Auction - 11am, Thursday, 23rd July