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DEADLINE SALE BOUGHT FORWARD - 4.00pm Wednesday 4th October 2023
Welcome to 49 Graham Street, Hamilton East! This charming 3-bedroom Bungalow is the perfect place to call home. As you enter the property, you'll notice the well-maintained garden and a single garage providing ample space for parking or storage. The house sits on a generous 591 sqm section.

Constructed in 1951, this house has been well-maintained, recently re-roofed, re-wired, re-painted and is ready for its new owners. Features include a refurbished kitchen, blinds, drapes, and Rimu flooring offering modern features with characteristic style. The garden shed provides additional storage for all your outdoor equipment.

One of the standout features of this property is the gas hot water system, providing efficient and cost-effective heating. In addition, the heat pump and HRV system ensure a cozy and healthy environment all year round.

Other notable features include Rimu shelves in the kitchen, gas hob, dishwasher, rangehood and a wall oven. Additionally, there is a Tesla car charger adding modern convenience to this classic home.

Located in the heart of Hamilton East, this property is just a short distance from local amenities, parks, cafes, river walks, schools, and Hamilton East shopping. With easy access to public transportation and major roadways, commuting to the city centre or other parts of Hamilton is a breeze.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to own a piece of Hamilton East history.

  • Property ID:  LC18898
  • Location:  49 Graham Street, Hamilton East
  • Bedrooms:  3
  • Bathrooms:  1
  • Living:  1
  • Garages:  1
  • Land area:  591m²
  • Chattels:  Blinds, Dishwasher, Drapes, Fixed Floor Coverings, Garden Shed, Light Fittings, Rangehood, Wall Oven
  • Hot Water:  Gas
  • Heating:  Heat Pump, Ventilation System
  • Bathroom/ Toilets:  Combined Bth/WCs
  • Roof:  Concrete Tile
  • Garaging:  Single

  • Debbie Prime

    Residential & Lifestyle Sales Consultant

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