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Rosetown Realty Ltd MREINZ
This luxurious home sits majestically on the lower slopes of Mt Pirongia and has been well sited on the 7304sqm section to capture the 180 degree panoramic views of the wider Waikato region from Mt Te Aroha to Mt Maungatautari. From the moment you arrive, you will be impressed with the attractively landscaped entrance, complete with small pond teeming with goldfish, and you will instantly appreciate that this property is very special and has been lovingly cared for and renovated by successive owners to create an idyllic paradise for you to enjoy. After parking under the covered portico, doors open into the large entrance foyer, where guests can be ushered through to the formal lounge for pre-dinner drinks on the Juliet balcony or out onto the patio for informal alfresco dining. The kitchen is well appointed for entertaining family and friends with granite benchtops and flows easily to both the dining area and living room with seamless transition to the garden. The bedroom wing features 2 beautifully tiled bathrooms for the 3 spacious double bedrooms and office/hobby room, while the master suite has a walkin wardrobe and ensuite as well as its own patio where you can relax under the stars and enjoy a hot spa at the end of the day. Downstairs there is a large workshop area, utility room with toilet and tandem double garage with internal access. An additional 9m x 9m high stud shed is the perfect place for hobbies and projects and features excellent lighting and plenty of power points plus a separate driveway entrance. The established gardens are both the perfect place to relax or exercise in your swimspa and enjoy the produce from the productive fruit trees and vege boxes. There is a bus stop nearby for Te Awamutu College and Pirongia Primary School. Pirongia village is approx 6km and Hamilton CBD 38km from the gate. Words are inadequate to describe this amazing home. Come and see for yourself! Don`t just take my word for it! Contact Cherie Kemp for further details.
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