If you’re looking for your most satisfying home renovation project, then go no further than this little gem!
Built from solid native timber throughout, this very early 1920s home has three bedrooms and is bigger than it looks, at 115 square metres.
As with all houses of this era, the internal walls are solid, rough-sawn Matai timber. Today’s building code requires re-lining in gib-board, a job that’s easily completed in such projects. It also provides a perfect opportunity to install insulation in the walls as well as the ceiling and underfloor, creating a warm, cosy home.
The board and batten ceilings with the decorative scotia boards are a pretty feature of the era and are in good condition as are the internal doors and windows. Lift the old carpets and you’ll also have stunning native timber flooring.
This house presents its new owner with a ‘blank canvas’ on which to re-create a unique piece of New Zealand history. You may choose to open up the living room and kitchen or to remodel the layout to suit your own needs. It’s over to you!
Check out the Video Tour here: – https://youtu.be/vpVFS7WmuUw
- relocation onto a flat site with easy access within 100 km of current site;
- foundations at a standard 3604 pile height and depth;
- price does not include your council costs.
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