The Good Life for Rural Lovers
If the time feels right to realise that family dream of living in the country yet staying close to the city, then this gorgeous 2.88-acre (approx.) property 10 kms from Tauranga Crossing is going to fit the brief very nicely. Wide open spaces are definitely the theme here - found within your mixed terrain boundaries to graze cattle, horse or sheep on, and the rest in the stunning views across neighbouring farmland to the distant hills. The established gardens and fenced off paddocks encircle a durable brick home of three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a range of places for vehicle parking and storage.
The north-facing house on a flat elevated site has an easy flow - all on one level and exceptionally sunny and warm. Main living and dining areas are open plan with high chapel ceilings adding to the sense of space with a cosy log burner keeping everything snug in winter. Doors slide back to the deck where barbecues and entertaining a crowd are a breeze as the kids scamper about on the lawn playing cricket and hide and seek as the sun goes down. The kitchen is spacious with plenty of cabinetry and well-equipped with rangehood, dishwasher and a new stove. The three bedrooms include the master privately located at the other end of the house - this has a walk-through dressing room to the ensuite. Furthermore, the modern family bathroom has a separate toilet and the separate laundry is a good size for the usual family demands. A study or office will appeal to those who work from home or want to make the change to it.
Apart from a freestanding double garage, the home has an attached carport and another standalone with concrete pad enjoying extra height clearance for the boat or campervan as well as a ton of room for extra vehicles. Zoned for Tauriko School as well as Tauranga Boys' and Girls' Colleges. The house itself is currently tenanted with buyer inspections taking place twice weekly.