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" Sue Hall You've done it again Sue! Sold another home for us in a very professional manner, kept us informed throughout the process and done so in a caring way. We couldn't have asked for more. Thank you Sue!! "

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"Just wanted to thank you for making the sale of 53 Carrington Avenue so seamless and stressless. My only regret is that we haven't actually met you yet! But we will make sure to come over and do that before long. Anyway, thanks again for all your great work on our behalf. "

- Trevor & Pauline
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45 Horsham Downs Road, Rototuna$659,000

ROTOTUNA SURPRISE
Property Details
  • 2
  • 3
  • 2
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 living area
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 car spaces
  • 600 m2 - land area
  • 170 m2 - building area

Features

Contact
Sue Hall
Phone: 07 839 4787
Mobile: 021 745 465
Email: sueh@lodge.co.nz
Licensed Salesperson REAA 2008
Next Open Home
Sunday 16 December
12:00pm
Cast your eyes on this well positioned home close to Rototuna Shopping Centre and within walking distance to various parks, shops and local amenities. The current owners have absolutely loved their time here enjoying the open plan dining / kitchen and separate living spaces. The kitchen offers generous space and a great breakfast bar area. The home has been well designed for entertaining with the living area opening onto a private BBQ area with large decking where you can sit back, relax and soak up the sun. The section has been planted with great attention to detail and a selection of native plants. This warm and sunny home offers three bedrooms (Master with ensuite and walk in robe) and it has been recently repainted inside and out, along with new floor coverings. Double internal access garaging plus loads of off street parking are other benefits of this property. In zone for sought after schools including Te Totara Primary School and Rototuna Junior and Senior High Schools and in one of the fastest growing areas in Hamilton, makes this a great family option. Our owners have new directions ahead of them and now offer you the chance to purchase their home and enjoy it as much as they have, so give us a call and arrange your viewing today.
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