Dunedin Real Estate for Sale

powered by Open2view.com

57 Hunt Street

57 Hunt Street Otago
proudly marketed by
Marika Bevin-Jukes
Bayleys Metro – MREINZ
This substantial family home is positioned for maximum sunshine and surprising harbour views in one of Andy Bay's most desirable streets and is sure to impress. Packed with beautiful character features, such as pressed tin ceilings, an ornate fireplace and big bay windows with colourful leadlight panes, give this home its wonderful feel. The kitchen is clearly the heart of this home, full of functionality, a large walk-in pantry, and a super sunny dining area with large windows that flood the room with natural light. French doors connect this area with the living room where a Jetmaster fire and powerful heat pump ensure warmth. BBQ's or entertaining in the sun is made easy with the terraced North facing deck that wraps around the side of the house, creating the perfect in-door out-door flow that your friends and family will envy. Flowing off the hallway you will find three double bedrooms, all with built in robes. The master bedroom also opens out, via French doors, to the magnificent deck. The family bathroom is spacious, with a bath and shower, a separate toilet, study and laundry. As a bonus, this home is packed with storage spaces, with multiple decent sized cupboards, to hide away those seasonal necessities. This light and bright family home sits comfortably on an easy-care section and includes a double garage with ample workshop space, as well as plenty of off-street parking for visitors, the caravan or boat. The level rear yard is a wonderfully safe place for children and pets to get outdoors. With space to spread out and plenty of potential to add value, on a street full of families, where neighbours become friends, the convenience of Andersons Bay school just a short stroll away and the city centre just a 10-minutes drive, you can't go wrong here.
Please leave this field blank:
Upload by Ewen Livingstone
Otago and Southland
This property was photographed by