48 Bombay Street, Ngaio

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48 Bombay Street, Ngaio, Wellington 6035, New Zealand
48 Bombay Street, Ngaio, Wellington 6035, New Zealand
  • Price by Negotiation


Updated on July 27, 2020 at 9:49 am
  • Price: Price by Negotiation
  • Property Size: 90 m2
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Garage: Single garage
  • Year Built: 1940-1949


Enjoying an elevated position overlooking the tranquil hills of Ngaio, this 1940’s home offers a stylish start to your property journey. The ideal choice for first home buyers and investors looking for an affordable property in a blue-chip location, fantastic features on offer include;

  • Light filled living with dedicated space for dining. In summer throw back the large bi-folding windows to maximise the outlook, and in winter, cozy up with friends warmed by the efficient heat pump
  • Separate galley kitchen with outlook over the rear section – create and supervise children and pets with ease
  • Spacious master bedroom with handy study nook and inbuilt storage
  • Second double bedroom with storage
  • Full bathroom with shower and separate bath future proofs for new additions
  • Fully fenced, low maintenance section

Access to the property is walk an easy walk up with a handy garage at street level which provides secure storage for bikes, buggies, and sporting equipment. In house, all those excess online purchases can be housed in spacious under stair storage.

With a sought-after location in the friendly suburb of Ngaio make the most of the popular village, local walking tracks, parks, library, café and shops. Ngaio really does have it all. With easy access to the bus and the train, leave the car at home and enjoy the commute just two stops to the CBD.

So if you are looking for a stylish and affordable first home or investment, call us immediately to view.

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