33 Te Oneroa Way, Long Bay Auckland 0630 NEW ZEALAND

Deadline Treaty - Tuesday 23 July 2024 (USP)

House - Long Bay Auckland


+ This gorgeous family home offers breathtaking sea views and is bathed in sunlight throughout the day.
+ The home boasts two masters that both feature stunning views, ensuites, and walk-in robes.
+ A ground floor bedroom with its own bathroom, lounge, and entrance, perfect for guests, granny, or teenagers seeking independence.
+ The upstairs living area includes a covered balcony, ideal for relaxing with a coffee and watching the activity on the Hauraki Gulf.
+ Enjoy the wrap-around decks for outdoor entertaining, double internal access garaging, separate laundry, and ample off-street parking for additional cars, boats, or caravans.


“We fell in love with this house as soon as we walked in for so many reasons! For us it was the spectacular sea views and now the amazing sunrises also. Inside the house had everything we were looking for too, large bedrooms to accommodate our four teenagers so they can hang with their mates all with their own or shared ensuite. The large kitchen and dining area for entertaining and the three lounge spaces are amazing. Our two home offices fit seamlessly into separate living areas so working from home is a breeze. After looking at lots of houses in Long Bay we felt this one gave the most privacy and was not overlooked by houses in front, behind or to the side where the shared driveway is positioned. The granny area downstairs provides perfect space for visitors and elderly parents. The upstairs private enclosed balcony is the perfect spot for some after work or weekend cocktails as the sun sets.”


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All offers are to be presented on the Deadline Sale date of Tuesday 13th August 2024 (unless sold prior).

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Matt Corin
Sales & Marketing Specialist

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Matt Corin
Sales & Marketing Specialist

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