It’s not very often you come across a home which ticks all the boxes, but 17 Hebberd Place in Richmond deserves a gold award as the ultimate Kiwi abode.
Ask any builder about properties built in New Zealand in the 1960’s and they will testify to their brilliance. Solid, well constructed, and made to last, you can’t go wrong with houses of this era.
Situated in the quiet cul-de-sac of Hebberd Place, Richmond, this home is just a short stroll from the centre of Richmond, and comfortably close to Henley School, Waimea College and Garin College.
Proudly encompassing three double bedrooms, the master also has a walk-in-wardrobe…otherwise known as every woman’s dream!
In addition to this there is a gorgeous open plan kitchen, dining and living area, double glazing for warmth, new carpet in the living, and the exciting bonus of a self-contained studio/flat downstairs which has been magnificently renovated.
The studio is a wonder in itself, boasting its own new kitchen and bathroom (with separate water tank), a double bedroom and a light spacious living area – perfect for extended family or teenagers. It even has its own driveway, for additional privacy and ease.
There are large double garages with plenty of workshop space, off-street parking for seven, and an extra room adjoined to the house which makes for a perfect hobby room.
A fabulous family home that ticks all the boxes in quintessential Kiwi living…but be quick,
as homes like this are being snapped up at lightening rates in this market.
Deadline sale Monday 27th May (unless sold prior).
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