House Area: 260 m²
Land Area: 810 m²
Year Built: 1970-79
Estate: Fee Simple Lot: 36 DP: 40718 CT: WN12D/366 Area(more or less): 810 Square Metre
New Zealand Architecture underwent a major transition in the 1970s, resulting in many young up and coming Architects adopting a mix of new styles.
They left behind the earlier Victorian and State eras for a more simple and some would say honest style of housing, using clean uncluttered lines with often dramatic roof angles.
The use of these new materials included concrete block walls, aluminum joinery, and long-run iron roofing which are now considered signatures of the day.
Now 40 years on we get to celebrate and enjoy this period of NZ Architecture, and embrace a style that dots the residential landscape both locally and NZ wide.
Here at number 64 Eatwell Avenue you will find the perfect example of the 1970s, surrounded and framed by large trees including 4 giant conifers that stand either side of the main gate.
The interior offers up 5 double b/rs, master en-suite, a home office or 6th b/r, a central kitchen with breakfast bar, a main lounge room with casual dining space, and double garaging.
A shady covered veranda with upper level dormer windows make a perfect statement as to just what this house is about, with its floor area of 260 sqm and its leafy full size section.
Whether you have a young growing family or a tribe of active teenagers, this is a home that will both shelter, nourish and enhance your lifestyle for years to come.
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