Grand Opportunity

65 Wallace Street, Maori Hill, Dunedin

Price: Sold for $820,000

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Price: Sold for $820,000

Architecturally designed and located in a quiet cul-de-sac next to the Town Belt, this is a home of substance and appeal -- but with some issues. It will be of interest to buyers prepared to take on a property that needs attention but also likely to be a rare opportunity to buy a substantial quality home in a top area at an attractive price.
A full building report on the property has revealed some weathertightness problems. A subsequent report from a remediation company provides an estimate for addressing the issues. Both reports will be available to interested buyers.

The home, set in beautiful gardens, was built in the late 1980s and provides accommodation over several levels. The ground floor gives access to a double garage with large storage space. Also on this level are entrance foyer, laundry and separate toilet. Up a few steps to dining and a galley-style kitchen overlooking the lush gardens to the north-side.

A spacious separate lounge has feature windows and a large skylight. Warmth here is provided by pellet fire, set in a feature fireplace, and one of five heat pumps throughout this 270sqm home.

Upstairs the second floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom and a further mezzanine floor has an area with built-in shelving recently used as a study. The master bedroom offers walk-in wardrobe, en-suite bathroom with spa bath and shower and doors to a deck where you can sit out among the kowhai trees.

Reports and further information downloadable from Nidd Realty website, or contact the agent.


  • By appointment


  • Garages: 2
  • House Size: 270 Sqm
  • Land Size: 500 Sqm


65 Wallace Street, Dunedin



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