Eight years ago fortune smiled on the English owners of this pretty private home. If it was not for three little boys the owners of this romantic house would be staying put
You will see why.
Beyond the gate, through the sheltered courtyard, is a graceful villa perfectly situated for north west indoor outdoor living. Perhaps you want a Nanny to live-in' in the downstairs area. This rather rare offering will surely touch someone's heart. Beautiful to live in now with shutters, whitney windows and French doors, but potential for further renovation could make this centrally heated home shutterly fabulous'!
The upper floor is informal and formal living separated by beautiful glass paned pine doors that allow uplifting light to dance throughout the spaces.
French doors and whitney windows beg to always be thrown open even in the winter.
Two bedrooms and a brand new bathroom are on this level.
Up a flight of stairs is a shuttered retreat for Mummy and Daddy.
Downstairs is a good sized ground floor ensuited bedroom which has a luscious sense of being surrounded by the easily maintained garden. The laundry, the study and a wine cellar are all on this level. There is direct access to the clothes line and a perfect pitch for cricket or trikes.
High above the valley, Bell Road is a street of little turnover situated just off Arney Road that is zoned for Victoria Avenue Primary, double Grammar Schools and close to the University, Hospital and wonderful Remuera private schools.
The home is down a secluded right of way and sited on a flat shared lane.
This centrally heated incredibly cheerful house has one more attraction solid and generous double garaging with attic storage.
Christine & Simon HartIt gives me great pleasure to write in support of the excellent work done by Lesley McLellan for my husband and I in the recent marketing and sale of our home of 30 years overlooking Hobson Bay in Parnell. We had previously engaged the services of a high profile agent from another real estate agency in endeavour to sell both our properties together on the same site in Tohunga Crescent. After a few months we had had no success. Lesley came to us with a proposition which involved selling the large and small houses separately. She had done extremely thorough research and demonstrated in that meeting that she knew her real estate in the area and had all the statistics. We agreed to her proposition and she ended up selling both houses in concert with her business partner, Juliet Lichtenstein in the space of a very short time. We were delighted with the respected outcomes.