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2/69 Polkinghorne Dr

2/69 Polkinghorne Dr Auckland
Saturday 18th December - 7:00PM
On line
proudly marketed by
Ray White - Albany - Ideal Real Estate Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)
Stunning views, entry level buying!
Auction 7:00pm, Thursday 16 December 2021 Online (unless sold prior) Located in popular Manly, this elevated home enjoys fabulous sea views and attracts plenty of natural sunlight. The spacious open plan lounge/dining area flows to a sizable deck with an elevated outlook where you can enjoy gorgeous sea views. Great indoor/outdoor flow from the functional kitchen to fully fenced and low maintenance grounds. The garden provides room for the kids to play safely. This much-loved gem boasts two good sized bedrooms. The bathroom has a separate shower and a bath to cater for every member of the family. A heat pump provides summer comfort and winter warmth. This timeless home has great bones and is a superb opportunity for buyers to add their own personal touch and add value! The brick & tile with concrete roof exterior provides peace of mind. The conservatory, internal access garage and a large storage man cave workplace area under the house is the icing on the cake. Walking distance to Big Manly Beach (approx. 3 mins drive) and Whangaparaoa College. Immerse yourself in the coastal lifestyle and feel like you're on holiday all year round. Manly Sailing Club, Stanmore Bay Leisure Centre, Coast Plaza, Gulf Harbour Marina and ferry to the city are just a short drive away. There's Edith Hopper Park close by which includes the local netball courts, large sports grounds, tennis courts, and kids' playground. There is a public walkway up to The Coast shopping hub, supermarket and eateries. This property is sure to steal the hearts of families, and investors. Vacant with immediate possession available. You can move in before Christmas! Why pay rent when you can buy? Beat the rising interest rates and secure your future today. Be very quick and call Lily today to arrange a private viewing.
Upload by David Liu
Auckland North