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41 Kent Terrace

41 Kent Terrace Auckland
proudly marketed by
Bob & Christine Howard
Bluefern Realty Ltd MREINZ Kumeu Office
Spacious brick and tile with water access.
Tucked within its own peaceful and private microclimate, this tranquil Riverhead hideaway savours spectacular water views. The 862sqm property flows into another 800sqm-plus of waterfront esplanade reserve, which gives the feeling of expansive, rolling lawns accessing the Rangitopuni Stream - a picturesque waterway off the upper reaches of the Waitemata Harbour. You're able to launch your kayak or paddleboard and fish for snapper from your own back garden, with the iconic historical pub, The Riverhead, just across the inlet. The brick and tile home has been designed over one spacious level to maximise the wide views and lovely northeasterly aspect. As well as experiencing the cycles of nature, there is always something to see from here - from the bird life to rowers and yacht races. The current owners have refreshed and renovated in some areas, including the new chef-worthy kitchen. Walls of floor to ceiling glass capture light, sun and warmth across the front of the house. The formal lounge can be closed off via cavity sliders and flows into the open-plan dining and kitchen space. Outside, sweeping lawns, landscaped gardens and mature trees envelop the outdoor living areas. All four bedrooms are located along the rear hallway. Three are serviced by the refreshed family bathroom, while the master suite is bathed in afternoon sun and enjoys a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite with underfloor heating and garden access. The internal double garage is carpeted and is complemented with vast amounts of off-street parking on the driveway. A separate shed provides additional storage or workshop space. This tightly-held neighbourhood enjoys a great sense of community and friendly atmosphere, plus is just a 30-minute drive from the CBD off-peak. It's handy to the local school and daycare, close to the park and shops, and just a leisurely paddleboard across the water from The Riverhead.
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