Sold - 07.03.2016
The American actor Bryan Batt once said that "labels don't really impress, it's the uniqueness and risk in the decor that inspire", and for a home like 9 Crocus Place, this is very much an accurate interpretation. Built in 1971 this period home sits nestled on 862m in a small cul de sac that comes off Bell Road and is zoned 6A, thus making it eligible for subdivision. This presents both a unique, and rare, opportunity especially given the location, giving buyers the ability to either land-bank and enjoy the lifestyle the home has to offer, to improve the home or to remove it entirely. The home currently consists of four bedrooms and two bathrooms and a living room that provides a seamless indoor/outdoor flow to the sun drenched garden, complete with a swimming pool perfect for a lazy summer afternoon in the sun with a good book and a perhaps a procesco in hand. The home is zoned Victoria Avenue Primary and Double Grammar and has very easy access to various reputed Auckland schools. As for the surrounding neighbourhood, the home is just around the corner from the Basset Road shops and is within easy reach of numerous parks and reserves such as Wharua Reserve, Bloodworth Park, as well as being only a minutes from the Auckland Domain, Newmarket and Mt Hobson. All of these amount to a variety of different locations to enjoy morning walks, or early evening strolls, especially Mt. Hobson with its stunning views of Auckland harbour and the islands beyond. The home is also within walking distance of both Dunholm Tennis Club and Remuera Racquets. Crocus Place is truely an opportunity that few could hope to find in Auckland these days, and truly is one that would be a shame to miss.
Property ID RMU23491
Close To Schools, Close To Shops, Close To Transport
* While every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed is accurate, please check details directly with the school before making decisions based on this information.