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Leaders Real Estate (1987) Ltd Licensed REA Act 2008
Unique character apartment in heritage-listed area
Wow! Right in the middle of Thorndon Village with everything on your doorstep: shops, cafes, and restaurants, and just a short stroll to the city, Botanic Gardens, and the Northern Walkway. This two to three bedroom home is the top unit of two in a one-of-a-kind turn-of-the-century villa. Its position means maximum sun, gorgeous light, and charming views - of the village, characterful rooftops, and (on a clear Winter's day) the stunning snow-kissed Tararuas. Two large bedrooms - or one plus a spacious living room - and a third single bedroom, study, or home office. Open plan kitchen, dining and 'snug' (complete with Studio wood burner), backing on to beautiful gated, shared native garden and deck attracting kaka, tui, and kereru. Not your stereotypical apartment, this is a very appealing and convenient city haven. - beautiful matai floors throughout - original cast-iron clawfoot bath - pets on agreement with other unit's owner - on-street residential parking permit available from WCC - Body Corporate Fees: $4,133.00 per annum (incls. insurance). 304 Tinakori Road points of interest - architect: Robert Roy MacGregor, 1903 - known as an 'iron-sider' for its corrugated iron south face - clad as such to prevent spread in the event of a fire - photographed in 1987 by world-renowned Magnum photographer Brian Brake (see blue bedroom) - the 'face' of the Thorndon Fair (held annually the first Sunday in December) - one in a row of six houses, often likened to the 'Painted Ladies' in San Francisco. To be sold by tender closing 12:00pm, Thursday 19th October 2023 at 1/77 Thorndon Quay, Wellington
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Wellington Central/North