Check this out – 3 Bed, 3 Bath, Awesome Location!
With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, these exciting new townhouses make the perfect investment opportunity. But busy couples or families will find these a great low maintenance option too.
Two bedrooms have their own ensuites, while the third bedroom is serviced by a separate bathroom down the hallway.
On the ground floor, the entry leads either up the stairs, or into the sunny open plan living / dining area, with the galley kitchen handily located off to the side. There is also an internal access garage plus a laundry nook handily located under the stairs.
These apartments are part of a small new development in an excellent part of town, close to excellent shopping and cafes, and in the zone for the highly sought after Te Totara Primary and Rototuna Intermediate and High Schools.
This property is fully inclusive, including driveways and fencing. Just bring your fridge, microwave, and laundry appliances plus drapes and your choice of heating, and move in to your new dream. You can even choose your own colours to add your own personal touch.
Yours for just 10% deposit, balance on completion.
Call 0800772462 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this exclusive Home and Land package.
Please note that although the address listed is correct, it might not be 100% accurate on the map due the fact that this is a new subdivision.
House images are artists impressions only, final results may vary. All plans are the property of Pragma Homes and subject to copyright.
- Country: New Zealand
- Province / State: Waikato
- City / Town: Hamilton
“Many thanks for the help and information on the Oderings site development, Diana. Pragma Homes appear to be at the top-end of professionalism and you gave me confidence to proceed into uncharted waters with over a million dollars. Having an in-house rental agent ticked another box. The winds of committee opinions finally sank this proposal, however the wind always changes. Once again, many thanks. My first and only port of call when the winds change next year.”