374 Matua Road, Kumeu NZ

Future Urban Land… Stunning Bungalow!

This property is currently not available.

Someone is going to bag a future urban bargain here.

This gorgeous Californian Bungalow is situated on a significant parcel of lush green future urban zoned land in one of Kumeu’s most sought after roads and represents a HUGE opportunity – one that will have astute purchasers, developers and land-bankers falling over themselves to explore!

Accommodation is provided by three double bedrooms two with ensuites, the third has a generously proportioned family bathroom, a highly functional country kitchen, and open-plan living spaces contributing to a home tailor-made to modern living. Large windows bathe the home in natural light and enhance the sense of space, with minimal work the grounds can be polished off to match the home.

The 4ha equine friendly future urban parcel of land provides all the room a growing family could ever wish for including a dressage arena (easy to resurface) & stables etc, for equestrian and horse lovers. Heck with multiple sheds there is room for everyone to have their very own shed.

Located in arguably Kumeu’s most desirable location and only 1400 metres from the new residential Huapai subdivision this properties future development potential cannot be overstated. This land is destined to be developed, Future structure planning for Kumeu is expected to start in 2025. Convenience to the new Northwest shopping precinct and Auckland city further enhances this properties credentials.

Interest is sure to come from a wide range of prospective purchasers . Our vendors are highly motivated and are determined to achieve a result .

Urgent action is recommended – Contact Darren Ryder now to view and prepare your offer.

Viewing By Appointment Only – Please call Darren on 021 307 014 to book viewings.

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