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47 Normanton Street

47 Normanton Street Auckland
1.30pm - 2pm
4pm - 4.30pm
Wednesday 3rd March - 4:30PM
on site
proudly marketed by
Cooper & Co. Ltd MREINZ - Glenfield
Beauty from the Beast
Here lies a tale as old as time...well, at least a tale from the 1970s. This 1970s classic brick and tile house sits on a full site with a fully-fenced back garden and comes with a huge garage space as well as off-street parking in front for several vehicles, trailer or boat. Inside this brick 'beast' of an exterior lies a heart and soul bursting with opportunity. Perfectly liveable, yet offering the new owner the occasion to do-up or to add immense value; check out the space in the garage for starters and see what could be done with it, or with the off-street parking area out the front. This monster brick and tile house has strength of character and loads of charm. Positioned to receive the sunlight from all quarters, this light-filled house takes the owner out from the dining room onto a deck and into the garden, where adventurous children or pets could safely play. There is lovely timber flooring in the sleeping quarters of the house with carpet in the living area and large, light-coloured tiles in the kitchen, dining, bathroom, toilet and separate laundry room. To have a separate laundry room has to be a huge plus and this is very handily situated next to the back door with clothes-line nearby. This massive property opportunity is only being offered now due to a deceased estate sale, where, come auction day, one very lucky buyer will seek to own this property and make of it what they will. So much more than your standard three-bedroom home, and yet offered up at three-bedroom value, come and see what you could do with this gentle giant and visualise the Beauty from the Beast. See the story link below or contact the Prince of an agent for more information. See you at the open homes. For more information and property files, please visit: https://www.harcourtsfiles.co.nz/listings/4XJU
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Upload by David Liu
Auckland North