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284sqm
987sqm
Bay of Plenty
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Seeing Is Believing – 987 sqm In Royal Palms
It's said utopia is fictional, but defying all myths, this 987 sqm (approx.) property is far from imaginary. The first time on the market since new, this immaculately maintained and generously proportioned home oozes perfection - making it very real indeed. The road front facade gives little away. To see is to believe, and it all begins behind the fence line. Windows and sliders flank open plan, central living, creating unity and seamless flow to alfresco dining. Three of the bedrooms line one side of the hallway, and each offers the same attractive access to lush surrounds. But it's the master, tucked privately to one end, that promises luxurious appeal thanks to an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. The surprises continue with the reveal of impressive five-car garaging (approx. 13.5m long, 6.5m wide with 4.8m garage door) - large enough to store the caravan, camper, boat and the cars. Use this space as-is or explore the opportunity to repurpose as a workshop, additional living spaces or enviable man-cave! There's no scrimping on storage given the colossal amount of space here. In addition to the sizeable garage ceiling loft, you'll also find two storage sheds with one currently being used as a workshop. Lovingly tendered gardens with digital, bore fed irrigation system, frame the elevated and expansive land parcel with room for a pool, expansion, family fun... or all of the above! Double gates to this area provide easy access, whatever your intentions. There's little more you could ask for from this utterly unique property, but just in case, it might pay to mention this coveted location also offers convenient proximity to excellent schooling, moments to retail and dining complexes. Oh, and with the beach access across the cul-de-sac, Papamoa's sandy shores are enviably close by - but it's highly likely you'll never want to leave!
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