There's an enduring integrity in this lovely 189 sqm (approx.) brick and weatherboard residence with a Rangitoto outlook. Immaculately presented in manicured fully fenced grounds this charming 1950s home will appeal to families and downsizing mid-life movers. Buyers will appreciate the location for its proximity to sandy beaches, a range of amenities and top schools. Original timber flooring gleams in living and utility areas - an aesthetically pleasing foil to crisp white and soft silver toned walls. The formal sitting room retains the archetypal mid-century tiled fireplace while through the cavity sliders, the dining room is a spacious entertainment area flanking a stunning contemporary kitchen with composite stone waterfall bench. Both the kitchen and the neighbouring sun-soaked family room access the northwest facing balcony where a view shaft through to the city and Sky Tower is a tangible reminder that the CBD is a close commute. From here the lower floor and flat lawns are handily accessed through a gate and down a flight of stairs. Carpeted bedroom accommodation is well-appointed with built in closets and served by a separate powder room alongside a tastefully renovated bathroom with standalone tub. The ground floor has a versatile multipurpose layout and exterior access where storage and box rooms adjoin the second toilet, separate laundry, and a carpeted tandem garaging having options for a work-from-home base. In zone for St Thomas School and Baradene College, a short walk to Selwyn College, and close to parks including the emerald wedge of Kohimarama Reserve across the road, in minutes you can be strolling the boardwalks, paddling in the sea, and meeting with friends for a coffee at a range of excellent cafes. The city is 20 minutes by car, the soon-to-be-completed urban cycleway is nearby and the bus stops just beyond your gated property.