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3/45 St Kilda Road

Waikato
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338sqm
3567sqm
3/45 St Kilda Road Waikato
Openhome
Saturday
2.30pm - 3.30pm
Sunday
2.30pm - 3.30pm
Auction
Thursday 14th October - 1:00PM
proudly marketed by
Cambridge Real Estate MREINZ
A Truly Exceptional Property
Hues of Central Otago, five minutes from Central Cambridge Aptly named, Bruadararch, the Gaelic word for dreamer and visionary. This property is the result of the extraordinary vision of the vendors to transform a blank 3567m2 section into a dream home and established grounds in three short years. Located five minutes from downtown Cambridge this stunning property has hues of Central Otago in both the landscaping and architecture. The home has a private north facing outlook, ensuring the swimming pool enjoys all day sun and the sunsets from the covered outdoor living are memorable. The home has been built to accommodate luxury family living with four generous bedrooms, three bathrooms and ample living areas. Stunning features such as the use of reclaimed bricks pulled from the rubble of the Christchurch earthquake create warmth and rustic depth to the entrance and open living areas. The kitchen is central to the home and is supported with a large scullery. Outdoor shedding and a triple garage add to space available. In short there is so much on offer here. The vendors say what they love most is they don't have to leave home to feel they've had a holiday. With access to cycle and walkways, schools and everything Cambridge has on offer, this property provides the best parts of rural living with the convenience of being close to town. We encourage buyers looking for a top end luxury home and a budget in excess of two million to come and view this property. It's a unique and stunning proposition that must be viewed to be truly appreciated. AUCTION: To be held on Thursday 14 October 2021 at 1.00pm at the Cambridge Community Pavilion, Corner of Dick Street and Queen Street, Cambridge (unless sold prior)
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