Circa 1910 - Synonymous with quality this Grand Old Dame is reported to once being the residence of the renowned Ballantyne family.
While steeped in heritage and tradition, this outstanding beauty has been restored and rejuvenated while still retaining the original features.
Step inside and be impressed the majestic entrance hall which flows into a light filled formal lounge with a delightful Bay window looking out onto a tranquil garden setting. Adjoining the formal lounge is a sitting room and delightful sunroom.
Ideal for entertaining is the the spacious kitchen and impressive Rayburn Stove. The kitchen is interconnected to the formal dining room.
Also located on the ground floor is a feature tiled bathroom and the laundry.
Upstairs comprises the Master Bedroom and En-suite bathroom. Plus, three other bedrooms which have been individually and period designed and uniquely decorated to showcase the panoramic views of the Kaikoura Ranges and Southern
Bonus of a converted self contained flat, complete with a kitchenette and bathroom. Complete with a garden outlook and private outdoor area.
In keeping with this generous (310sqm more or less) home is an equally impressive size garage with ample off street parking, room for a boat or a caravan. Established 841sqm section.
Historically a prominent family home, an extended family and work from home business, this delightful property is truly a home for all seasons!
Within walking distance to the beach, He Puna Taimoana Hot Pools, New Brighton Pier and all amenities.
You won't want to miss this one!
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Please note - information has been sourced from third parties including Reinz/ Corelogic/ Regional Councils/ Other sources and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines are indicative only.