Palmerston North Property

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Karen & Allan Toner
Tall Poppy Manawatu and Palmerston North
Great school zones - make it your own!
Excellent school zoning, close to the university and a wealth of amenities contribute to the desirability of our feature property, a well-maintained and low maintenance family home in the heart of Fitzherbert. Generous in all its proportions, this spacious 205m2 home offers plenty of space to spread out. Accommodation is provided by four bedrooms, including a generous master complete with ensuite and walk-in robe. The formal entrance way provides an immediate impact. Three versatile living areas cater to every scenario. A wonderfully sunny family living area with great indoor outdoor flow to the BBQ area and garden will be a favourite with family and friends plus the open plan kitchen to enjoy. A spacious dining room easily accommodates a 10 seater table and chairs with doors opening out to the garden. A delightful family lounge which can be opened up or closed off for quiet times, will be just what your family needs. Very efficient gas heating plus ventilation system. Separate laundry and great storage adds a practical element that's sure to be appreciated. Occupying a prime corner site with great street appeal, the expansive 740m2 section is fully rear fenced and is a wonderful flat established garden for the kids to play and your doggy to enjoy. A double internal access garage with auto door and plenty of additional off-street parking, room for the motor-home and Boat! With walkways, parks, supermarket and shops nearby this location has something for everyone. Get in the zone for an excellent education and the university all within easy reach. Well-maintained, low-maintenance properties in this incredibly convenient quality location are always in demand, and prospective purchasers are urged to act quickly. Karen Toner 0272145700 or Allan Toner 027 255-8735
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