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116A Mount Iron Drive

116A Mount Iron Drive Otago
12.30pm - 1pm
proudly marketed by
Aimee Steentjes
Vaunt NZ Limited TA Proppy
Enjoy the location, love the lifestyle!
On a private, rear section in ever-popular Mount Iron Drive sits 116A Mount Iron Drive with stunning mountain views. This well-maintained home would suit smart investors, holidaymakers and those looking to establish themselves on the property ladder in Wanaka. Tucked away off the street, this single-level home enjoys a sense of peace and tranquillity. Inside, you will find four large-sized bedrooms (including a master with ensuite) and the open-plan kitchen, dining, living space provides seamless indoor/outdoor flow to the established garden. A log burner (with wet back), heatpump, HRV transfer system and double-glazing throughout help to keep the home warm all year round creating an inviting atmosphere. A separate laundry and an abundance of storage enhance functionality. Outside, the fully-fenced section (sheltered and private due to its position down a long drive) acts as a safe haven for children and pets, and the established gardens and vegetable gardens will warm the hearts of those who love to potter about. After a long day, sit on the sun-drenched deck or relax in front of the outdoor fire on those chillier nights. A carport and additional off-street parking complete the picture. The location is excellent with its close proximity to the heart of Wanaka and all of the amenities on offer there. Mount Iron and Sticky Forest just a short stroll away and it's only 20 mins (approx) walk to town. Local schools (MAC, Wanaka Primary & Holy Family) are walking distance away. Do not delay - call now for more information and book in a viewing today. Disclaimer: Information contained on any marketing material, website or other portal should not be relied upon. You should make your own enquiries and seek your own independent advice with respect to any property advertised or the information about the property.
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