P R O P E R T Y I N F O R M AT I O N
15 Frost Road, Hira, Nelson
TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
1. THE PROPERTY 2. INTRODUCTION 3. METHOD OF SALE 4. PROPERTY WEBSITES 5. DISCLAIMER
ANNEXURES Flyer Certificate of Title Terraview Certificate of Title
1. THE PROPERTY Location:
15 Frost Road, Hira
Gary Alan Booth and Sharon Judith Booth
Nelson City Council
Total Land Area:
Total House Area:
Total Annual Rates:
Lot 2 Deposited Plan 19559
Certificate of Title:
Vendors Agent: Greg Monahan M: 021 851 916 B: 03 546 35672 email@example.com
2. INTRODUCTION Enjoy a country lifestyle with the conveniences of town with this stunning four bedroom timber framed home with plaster finish, on 1.67 hectares of pastoral land. Built in 2003, the house is well placed on a north-facing elevated site, with extensive lawns and easy-care landscaped gardens overlooking the two fully fenced paddocks below. Itâ€™s well thought out design, includes large open living spaces, expansive north-facing decking and a guest bedroom with ensuite â€“ not to mention the private master suite that occupies the entire upper level. Only 15 minutes easy driving from the heart of Nelson in the Lud Valley, yet far from the highway and the lights of the city, you can enjoy the tranquil setting and expansive views down the valley, whilst reaping the benefits of being part of the Hira community with its primary school, shop and area water supply.
ENTRANCE Drive onto the exposed aggregate concrete parking pad at the top of the gently sloping curved driveway, and pull up outside the dual integral garages. A wide portico shelters the solid wood double front doors, which open into a spacious entry foyer. The first thing you notice is how the natural stone look of the Italian floor tiles sets the tone. Careful placement of glass block in the internal walls and the use of angles opens up this space, which is the axis for all other parts of the house.
STUDY Just inside the front door is a spacious office. The glass blocks either side of the door feed suffused light into the entrance foyer and adds interest to both rooms. The office is large enough to double as a fifth bedroom when visitors descend.
LIVING AREAS The living room features an open log burning fire with integral fireplace surround. Here also, bi-folding doors open onto the deck area, and offer views across the lawn to the valley beyond. There is built-in surround sound in the upper corners and a telephone jack behind where the entertainment centre is located, convenient for ordering pay-per-view movies. The living and dining areas are carpeted in a deep blue soft pile, which contrasts well with the light neutrals of the dĂŠcor. The same carpet features in the hallways, stairs, office and all the bedrooms.
DINING A set of internal double doors lead to the main living space, with an open dining and kitchen area and living room. The dining area is flooded with natural light from the large dual sliding doors that open onto the expansive wooden deck. There is a cosy seating alcove or alternative dining space in the far corner where the north wall extends out, which catches the morning sun. A double bifolding door gives access to the sunken spa pool at this end of the decked area.
KITCHEN The kitchen occupies a large area around the corner to the right as you enter the main living space, and is separated from the dining area by a large curved freestanding workbench. The rimu bar top makes an attractive feature and hides the double sink on the other side. The same Italian floor tiles from the foyer further define the kitchen space. The kitchen is well-fitted with a large double corner pantry at one end and plenty of storage in the cupboards and soft-closing drawers. There is a vertically stacked Fisher and Paykel wall oven set â€“ a double over a single â€“ and a stylish Fisher and Paykel corner rangehood over the four-hob ceramic top. The microwave space is above the double oven and the refrigerator is plumbed in to accommodate the water filter and ice-making facilities. This could remain with the house if a buyer wished to keep it. The double sink in the kitchen island has a swivel mixer and is fitted with a waste disposal unit â€“ a rarity in rural settings, but compatible with the particular septic tank installed on the property.
BEDROOMS Along a curving corridor from the office is the downstairs wing of the house, where there are two double bedrooms. The first is on the left, and has a large window looking east toward the hills. On the opposite side of the corridor, the second bedroom enjoys the afternoon sun through its west-facing windows. Both bedrooms have three internal walls for thermal efficiency, and are fitted with built-in wardrobes and telephone jacks. Also downstairs, on the other side of the entrance foyer from the office, is a purposebuilt guest bedroom with its own ensuite bathroom. The wardrobe has been installed in the large under-stair space, which doubles as a generous storage area.
The master suite occupies the entire upstairs, set on the western half of the house. The stairs lead off to the left from the entrance foyer, just beyond the guest bedroom, and double back towards the centre of the house. Narrow vertical windows are set into the wall at the landing, tying in with the modern exterior lines. At the top of the stairs is a short hallway bisecting the upstairs space. The master bedroom is beyond a floating wall to the left, with double doors opening onto a â€˜Julietâ€™ balcony that looks up the valley to the north.
On the opposite side of the hallway is the very spacious master bathroom. There is a glassed in level entry tiled shower and wall mounted vanity. Enjoy the sunset and a glass of wine from the large corner spa bath. At the end of the hallway is a walk-in wardrobe, fitted on three sides with shelving and rails. Along one side is a concealed door which gives access to more storage space in the roof cavity.
B AT H R O O M S The guest ensuite has an acrylic and glass alcove shower at one end and a toilet at the other, with a vanity unit fitted to the wall in between. The main bathroom is located in the bedroom wing midway along on the left. The large ceramic tiles line the shower and extend from the floor to around 1600mm up the walls. There is an inset bath along one wall and a good-sized vanity unit. Light fills the room through the large frosted window that dominates the exterior wall. Next along the corridor is a separate toilet, which is adjacent to the laundry, allowing quick access from the back garden. The laundry and toilet are tiled in keeping with the bathrooms.
LAUNDRY The laundry is fitted with a single super-tub and fold down ironing board. There are cupboards beside and below the bench where the dryer currently sits, and an external door leading out to the clothes line and garden area behind the garages.
GARAGE A door at the end of the downstairs bedroom wing provides internal access from the garages. There are separate electric doors to the double and single car garages, and the internal space is linked by a wide opening. The extra garage space is ideal for keeping bikes and other recreational equipment and could easily accommodate substantial shelving and workbench areas. There is a separate external door in the back wall, just inside the first garage, which leads to the pebbled area of garden by the clothes line.
S P E C I A L F E AT U R E S All tiled areas, excluding the entrance foyer, have been laid with under-floor heating, and there are heat pads behind the mirrors in the main and master bathrooms. There is a low-mounted Daiken heat pump in the dining area for warming the downstairs living space up on a chilly morning. Telephone jacks have been installed in all the bedrooms as well as the kitchen, office and lounge. The airing cupboard is located in the downstairs corridor just past the office, and also houses the large mains pressure hot water cylinder. The property is connected to the Teal water supply so is not dependant on rain or bore water.
O U T D O O R F E AT U R E S The wide wooden deck area in front of the main living area, which runs, almost the entire length of the house, is beautifully laid out with inset stone features and boxed seating. At one end of the deck next to the spa pool there is a waka-shaped hammock mounting, which comes with a detachable canvas hammock. Outdoor lighting has been placed to make the most of the summer evenings and provide a welcoming glow when you come home late. A short run of wooden steps on the western side of the house lead to an external storage area big enough to keep bikes or use as a small potting shed, and currently in service as a woodshed. Wide steps lead down onto the lawn, which stretches out along the flat area at the top of the property where the house is located. There is a large barked playground area, complete with swing set, sandpit and â€˜tree-houseâ€™, sheltered on one side by a high hedge. The garden is landscaped with easy-care native border gardens strategically placed so as not to encroach on the stunning views of the lush Lud valley. Beyond the play area, shielded from the house by the hedge, is a large fenced-in dog run with concrete pad. The remainder of the property is divided into two fully fenced paddocks below the house, which are currently grazed on a casual basis by one of the neighbours. The fences are electrified to keep the stock from straying onto the lawn. The drinking troughs are supplied by their own rain-fed water tank, set on the side of the hill. On the lower level, there is a 12m x 14m American barn-style shed, with 3 phase power and separate telephone line.
3. METHOD OF SALE For Sale - $960,000 If you have any further questions please contact:
Greg Monahan M: 021 851 916 B: 03 546 3572 firstname.lastname@example.org
4. PROPERTY WEBSITES This property can be viewed on the following websites: www.bayleys.co.nz/123678 www.realestate.co.nz/123678 www.trademe.co.nz www.o2v.com
DISCLAIMER: Any interest in this property should be registered with the Vendorâ€™s Agency. Contents of the proposal do not form part of a contract. While care has been taken in their preparation, no responsibility is accepted for the accuracy of the whole or any part and interested persons are advised to make their own enquires and satisfy themselves in all respects.
6. NOTICE OF DISCLAIMER To be read before reading the contents of the Memorandum This Information Memorandum (the “Memorandum”) is in relation to 15 Frost Road, Hira, Nelson (“the Property”) and has been prepared by Vining Realty Group Limited (“the Advisors”) Gary and Sharon Booth (“the owners”) on the basis of information provided to the Advisors by the Owners. This Memorandum is for use solely by selected parties in considering their interest in making an offer to acquire the property.
This Memorandum has been prepared solely to assist interested parties in deciding whether to express their interest in the assets and then making their own evaluation of the property and its assets. This Memorandum does not purport to contain all information that a prospective purchaser may require. In all cases, interested parties should conduct their own investigation, analysis and verification of the data contained in this Memorandum and the property. Neither the delivery of this Memorandum nor any contractual agreement concluded thereafter shall under any circumstances create any implication that there has been no change in the affairs or prospects of the property since the date of this Memorandum or since the date as at which any information contained in this Memorandum is expressed to be applicable.
The Advisors have not independently verified any of the information contained in this Memorandum. None of the Advisors or Owners made any representation or warranty as to the accuracy of completeness of the information contained in this Memorandum and none of the Advisors or Owner shall have any liability for any statements, opinions, information or matters (express or implied) arising out of, contained in or derived from, or for any omissions from, or failure to correct any information in this Memorandum, or any other written or oral communications transmitted to any recipient of this Memorandum in relation to the property.
Retention of this Memorandum will constitute acceptance by the recipient and readers of these terms and conditions and any recipients who do not accept any of the terms and conditions should return the Memorandum to the Advisors immediately.
Published on Apr 27, 2011