Architecturally designed in the 1960s and much admired, this home is a treasure waiting to be discovered by new owners. Buyers wanting a quality home in need of transformation should be especially interested in this property.
Designed in 1964 by Dunedin architects Fraser Oakley and Pinfold, it retains many character features and provides gracious and spacious living areas on the ground floor. A timber-lined staircase leads to bedroom and office a quarter way up, family bathroom a little further and two large bedrooms on the next level. The main bedroom has had a shower added.
At the rear of the ground floor is a separate laundry and bathroom and stairs down to a large single garage and storage area. The grounds, impeccably presented, are small enough to be easily managed and include two trees of significance, a totara and kowhai.
Situated in one of Dunedin’s most popular suburbs and just a short drive down to the city. Rateable value $810,000.
- By appointment
- Garages: 1
- House Size: 220 Sqm
- Land Size: 516 Sqm
43 Ross Street, Dunedin