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43 Albert Street

Waikato
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100sqm
559sqm
43 Albert Street Waikato
proudly marketed by
Lodge Real Estate (Hamilton) MREINZ
SIMPLY STUNNING
From the moment you sight this impressive refurbished 1930's bungalow on a beautiful tree-lined street that's an easy stroll to local cafes and the popular Hamilton East Village, you are going to fall in love. The owners have absolutely treasured this home and, with meticulous attention to detail having renovated this captivating 100sqm bungalow for the new purchasers to cherish. This light-filled and sun-soaked home is perfect for professional couples, empty nesters, retirees and small families who are looking to live just minutes away from the CBD and Hamilton Gardens with easy access to the expressway. The outstanding refurbishment includes the roof having been refurbished in 2020, with the home having under-floor and ceiling insulation throughout with two heat pumps for year-round comfort. This gorgeous home features elegant leadlight windows, native timber flooring, a recessed veranda with a sense of space enhanced throughout by the high ceilings. The home features three bedrooms serviced by an ensuite and family bathroom, ideal for the guests. The open plan kitchen/dining and spacious living room with gas fire is perfect for those who enjoy entertaining. A fully insulated outside room is ideal for the home office, gym, or perhaps a second living option for teenagers. There is a separate laundry room and single car garage with good storage throughout. The home is situated on a fully fenced established freehold 559sqm (more or less) with a private outdoor entertaining area surrounded by outstanding property, with the convenience of all essential local amenities including public transport close by that will suit purchasers of all ages. If you want somewhere to move into and enjoy from day one, this stunning bungalow could be for you. Contact Sonia or Glenn to arrange your viewing.
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