Oneroa Art Deco villa and corner store

13 Moa Avenue, Oneroa

Asking Price NZD $1,428,000

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Oneroa Art Deco villa and corner store | 13 Moa Avenue, Oneroa | 2151228 |      X Close

Oneroa Art Deco villa and corner store

A rare offering of a 1940's art deco style four bedroom home that includes the historic Blackpool corner store.

This corner position offers two separate street frontages and addresses.

22 Matai Road is the imposing house offering four bedrooms and generous light-filled living. It has recently been extensively renovated, rewired and re-plumbed with the best of the original features being enhanced such as the 1940's kitchen, gorgeous Matai wood flooring and Rimu woodwork. The huge living/dining area opens directly to a charming courtyard enjoying both north and western sunshine. 13 Moa Avenue is the store, with its own very distinct presence. Most recently in use as a variety of very cool pop-up stores, the owners have also created The Blackpool Bathers Club that can be passed over to the new owners to further develop. Past lives have seen the cute shop flourish as the corner dairy, a newspaper printers, a hairdressers, an organic food club and a furniture workshop. The store is a one of a kind Waiheke classic offering a mass of creative and rental possibilities. The aptly named prickly pear studio and petite lined garage both offer further creative and practical spaces to enjoy. The sunny country cottage garden provides delightful separation for the house from the store with a formed path that meanders through mature fruit trees, healing plants, flowers and herbs. This location benefits from all the charm and amenities of Oneroa village, whilst being a brief stroll from three beaches, public transport and only a 5 minute drive to Matiatia ferry terminal.

It's hard not to be inspired by this really unique slice of Waiheke history offering both substantial home and retail income so close to the beach and village.

Presented to market with an asking price of $1,428,000.

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