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100 Evans Bay Parade, Roseneath

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For sale for the first time in 28 years, this amazing landmark home exemplifies vintage waterfront living with mid-century verve.

It's just a stone's skip from beautiful Balaena Bay and is sited for all-day sun and breath-taking harbour views as iconic as its architecture.

From the native timber joinery and wrought iron staircase to the built-in furniture, wrapa-round window seat and pink-tiled bathroom, this four-bedroom home showcases its era with charm and sophistication.

Yet it's also remarkably practical and versatile. As well as off-street parking, there's a large internal garage/workshop and the bonus of a separate double-garage for the boat.

There's also a self-contained wing that would lend itself to everything from accommodating guests and extended family to a games room, and home-and-income or work-from-home possibilities.

Virtually every room has a gorgeous view across the harbour to the Tararuas while the sensational outdoor living includes a choice of courtyards, balconies and patios - plus a lovely, private gem of a garden with lawn, natives, roses and flowering plants.

And the location couldn't be more convenient. One of Wellington's prettiest bays is on the doorstep, you can walk around the waterfront to the city or beaches, and as well as a bus stop outside, there's dual access to Maida Vale Road for exploring the town belt.

No wonder this unique home has had only three owners since it was built for a prominent Wellington family in the 1950s.

If you're seeking a quintessential seaside lifestyle with the potential to add value in a blue-chip setting with blue-water views, this singular vantage point is unrivalled.

Zoned for Wellington Boys College.

Call Ann Curtis for more information 021 726 070.

RV: $1,740,000.

100 Evans Bay Parade, Roseneath

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