Sue Hall

"My reputation is your guarantee"

"Sue Hall recently acted for me with respect to the sale of one of my properties and she had also previously acted for me with the sale of another property. I must say that it has been a pleasure to deal with Sue. She is courteous, efficient, very direct and business like with her statements and communicates regularly. As a busy..."

- John

"If anyone is looking for an excellent no nonsense Real Estate Agent, then look no further than Sue Hall - She’s the one! Her knowledge of the Real Estate industry is invaluable. Sue always goes that extra mile, willing to meet with you any time of the day or night. Sue sold me my first home in 2010 and since then..."

- Vikki Seaman
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14 Wimbledon Close, Nawton$615,000

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Property Details
  • 2
  • 4
  • 2
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 1 living area
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 car spaces
  • 600 m2 - land area
  • 163 m2 - building area

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Contact
Sue Hall
Phone: 07 839 4787
Mobile: 021 745 465
Email: sueh@lodge.co.nz
Licensed Salesperson REAA 2008

Just off Twickenham Place you'll find this gorgeous family home! The open plan kitchen / dining area features crisp, white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The dining area opens out onto a deck for outdoor entertaining. The living area, while in a separate space, still offers an easy flow back through to the kitchen / dining. All four bedrooms are quite spacious with the master offering a walk in wardrobe and an ensuite. The family bathroom has a bath and separate shower as well as a separate toilet. The back of the section has been fenced and planted out around the boundary, still leaving plenty of space for you to keep an eye on the kids and pets while they play. Brick construction, double glazing, aluminum joinery and garaging are sure to keep the hubby happy. This family home is handy to Fraser High, Farnborough Drive Reserve, public transport, The Base / Te Awa, Wintec and it's in a great location for easy access North. Make the next step for you and your family and inspect this home today, or if you are looking for a quality rental property, this is a perfect choice as there are great tenants in place (As you will see by the presentation) and they are keen to stay!!! Call Team Sue Hall to view today.

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