Papamoarealestate

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Bay of Plenty
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Bay of Plenty
proudly marketed by
Nathan Gill
Powers Realty
Your Own Bit of Turf Close to Surf
Tastefully and meticulously upgraded in 2020, this beach beauty a figurative stone's throw from the surf is an idyllic pad for a growing family, investor or downsizing couple who want a relaxing lifestyle. So close to the sea, most days you can hear the swish of the waves, and conveniently handy for shops and cafes, this superbly presented home is one out of the box. Tucked well back from the road for privacy and peace, the home is flanked on both sides by newly repainted decks. Shut the gate and let the kids and pets run free in the sunshine while the grown-ups watch on from the comfort of their beanbags. Everyone loves a makeover story, and this is a monochromatic transformation to make you gasp. A stunning freshly repainted white interior palette has been successfully harnessed to inject a bright and breezy coastal theme. The open plan lounge underpinned by deep charcoal carpeting has a cozy log burner fireplace for the chilly winter nights while doors slide back to a large deck for entertainment around the barbecue in summer. A dining area flanks a sleekly sophisticated kitchen with a beautiful bench top and gleaming modern appliances including gas cooking and trendy black tapware feeding a double butler sink. This black and white theme is carried through to a spacious and well-appointed laundry also with butler sink and the sensational tiled bathroom boasts ladder towel rail, stylish vanity and standalone tub. All three double bedrooms all have built in closet space and oodles of light. Off street parking is generous enough to take several vehicles and a caravan or camper and if you're bringing the boat, it's a few minutes to the ramp to launch for your fishing trip. Close to Papamoa School and College, Fashion Island, the Plaza and Sandhurst Drive amenities are also close by.
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