219 Thorncombe Road, Te Awamutu

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Designed with Space and Privacy in Mind

House and land package, currently under construction. This is a quality home in a fabulous new subdivision with an elevated position looking over farmland and mountain range.

Thorncombe Park subdivision is situated in the north east edge of Te Awamutu, easy commute to Cambridge or Hamilton and just up the road from the Te Awamutu Mega centre.

This 'New Vision Architecture' design, makes great use of the section to optimise space and privacy. The plaster and cedar exterior set the feel of this modern home. The open plan design boasts a central kitchen featuring island breakfast bar and walk-in pantry, separate living and dining spaces opening to a covered outdoor entertaining area. The additional lounge situated by the entry sits at the front of the home, ideally away from the 4 bedrooms. The home also features family bathroom, master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe, good storage cupboards in the hall, ducted heating throughout and the laundry is tucked in an alcove in the double garage.

Come and have a look, if you're quick you will have time to choose the finishings.

Call Vayle to arrange a viewing.

House size 236 sqm more or less Section size 684 sqm more or less

RV $ 185,000 August 2016 LV $ 185,000 August 2016

WDC Rates $284.17 (section only) WRC Rates $197.45 (section only)

Chattels

Electric hob Wall oven Rangehood

Dishwasher Gas hot water Ducted air conditioning

Light fittings Curtains Blinds

Bathroom extractor fan Bath Smoke alarm

Garage door opener

Sourced information from vendor, Waipa District Council, Waikato District Council, Property Guru database and viewing the property.

$940,000

ID# 16012100041

Land Area 684 sqm

Vayle Hammond

Vayle Hammond
027 226 9532

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