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61A Seacliffe Ave

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61A Seacliffe Ave Auckland
proudly marketed by
Barfoot & Thompson Ltd MREINZ - Devonport
A TRUE STYLISH SLICE OF PARADISE NEAR THE BEACH!
This stunning home is an absolute work of genius designed by renowned architectural designer Paul Spooner. It is privately tucked away from the road on the revered Seacliffe Avenue, one of the North Shore's finest addresses. Stroll down the private driveway and marvel at this lovely home built in the 1950s which has been cleverly renovated and extended five years ago. Think 1950s California, contemporary New Zealand and an almost Zen-like feel. This is what awaits you here at 61a Seacliffe Avenue. This light, bright stylish oasis has stained external cedar walls, solid brick and weatherboard, floor to ceiling double glazed windows and doors, and stunning original 1950s rimu floors. This fabulous home is not just amazing to look at; it's functional too. It's perfectly oriented for all day sun, fully insulated, with supreme easy living open plan kitchen dining and lounge. There's a cool modern white kitchen with a quirky recycled kitchen bench made from the former home's old rimu ceiling. This is the ideal designer family home with three spacious bedrooms, an uber stylish white and timber Japanese style bathroom and space available for a second bathroom, if you wish to add one. The indoor outdoor flow is remarkable, with an attractive landscaped private garden, complete with a pirate style fort for kids and a big sunny deck for dining al fresco all day and virtually all year! Plus there's the perfect space awaiting you for your spa pool. 'Turn the key families' and say 'hello to your dream designer home', here's a true stylish slice of paradise near Narrow Neck beach, first-class schools and more. Do not delay, we expect high levels of interest in this one off home so please call us today to
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