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40 Albert Road

40 Albert Road Auckland
Wednesday 24th June - 4:00PM
proudly marketed by
Barfoot & Thompson Ltd MREINZ - Devonport
Click on this link to do the virtual tour of this property. Wake up to the view of the sunrise over Rangitoto and start your day in appreciation of the wonderful setting in which this unique and grand home resides. Within a few minutes walking distance this magnificent home enjoys proximity to Devonport Village, Cheltenham, Mount Victoria, Mount Cambria, North Head, excellent local schools and the local golf course. An elevated three storey property, this is a substantial 1920's character filled family home of approx 400m² on a 900m² freehold site. The main home boasts six bedrooms over two levels. The master bedroom, with amazing Rangitoto views, is on the top level, with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom. Two outside decks with views and another large bedroom with outlook towards the golf course complete the top level. The middle level comprises four ample sized bedrooms, a large unique designer kitchen, spacious dining area, two large lounge rooms, laundry and an art deco style bathroom. The house is full of light and there is easy flow to a landscaped courtyard and garden containing an avocado and an olive tree. The ground level has the added benefit of a fully self-contained two bedroom apartment plus a rumpus room and significant under house storage. The current owner has approved plans and consent for a garage. This really is a grand and prestigious home. It is full of character with its high stud, elegant lead light windows, beautiful polished floors, interior wood panelling and window shutters combined with the modern comfort of radiator central heating. Seldom does a home of this scale and quality come onto the market. This truly is a rare opportunity of grand proportions. Come and see for yourself and imagine this being your new family home.
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Auckland North Shore, Rodney District
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