1920's Farmers Daughter's Home
Set in the noveau popular waterfront suburb of Westmere. This home was originally one of three, built circa 1920's for the daughters of a local farmer and horse stud owner, who provided horses to the Auckland Council. Now opposite what was the original entrance to the Auckland Zoo where trams used to swing around delivering excited children to the Zoo. You can still hear the sound of exotic animals muffled in the distance.
Ripe for renovation with many original character features including native timber flooring, solid native timber doors, skirting and architraves. Has some modern features including the kitchen with granite benches and up to date appliances. Interior layout offers utmost versatility, with secure doors enabling partition of various sections of the house. It has been used and wired for both a home for a large family and a business base for a home occupation.
Upstairs/entrance level includes three bedrooms one with bay window, one bathroom and combined lounge/kitchen/dining, sun room and an expansive deck. Internal access to the downstairs area which includes a studio with kitchenette, office area, and additional toilet and shower. This gives great living options including a private area for a boarder, teenager or grandparent.
The site has a large exclusive use area for parking, gardens or recreation. A short walk to Western Springs Park and ofcourse very close to Ponsonby, Grey Lynn and the Auckland CBD.
To be Sold by Auction at 1 pm on the 14th of March onsite and online at www.propertyauctionsnz.online. Pre-bidding online will be available.